An internationally recognizable landmark, The Burj Al Arab is a stunning monumental hotel, the only one to acclaim a 7 star rating in the world. One of Dubai’s most famous tourist landmarks, the Burj Al Arab often stands among the top five – if not the absolute peak – of the world’s most iconic hotels. With its distinctive sail ship silhouette which soars 320 meters above the Arabian Gulf, this hotel has quickly become the equivalent to Dubai as the Eiffel tower is to Paris. Perched atop a man-made island and offering panoramic views of the Arabia Sea the Burj Al Arab is a monumental wonder.
Under the management of the Jumeirah Hotels and Resorts, the Burj Al Arab takes usual standards of luxury to a whole new level. Guests here are pampered with services that are fit for royalty coupled with fine dining alike. Rich golden interiors, plush suites, mouth watering delicacies – This hotels exhaustive list of superlatives are unmatched. With it’s unique interiors, and stunning exteriors, it’s never seen before design has been acclaimed by critics worldwide
Mixing the very best of traditional customs and modern design and technology, like the United Arab of Emirates itself, the Burj Al Arab is an embodiment of the latest technology complimented by Arabian traditions of hospitality, ensuring a truly unforgettable experience.
The Burj Al Arab experience begins the moment guests arrive at Dubai International Airport, where they will be met by one of the hotel’s fleet of eight chauffeur-driven Rolls Royce Silver Seraphs. As the guests enter the causeway of the hotel they are stunned by a glorious spectacle of water and fire. A central towering fountain called The Volcano, is a centre stage for breathtaking displays as water streams down the fountains stepped sides and tall choreographed gushes of water shoot upward. During the evening this delight is lit by fire that arises from the crater itself, while orange and red fireballs shoot up from the four towers surrounding the entrance.
Guests can take a voyage of an underwater adventure to experience Al Mahara, a seafood paradise with mouth watering delicacies. A three minute submarine journey from the hotel’s lobby brings you to the marine magical wonderland to feast on the best chefs can offer.
Adjacent to the Burj Al Arab is Wild Wadi, the most technologically advanced water park in the world, and undoubtedly another international monument, offering gravity defying thrills and exhilarating spills.
The Burj Al Arab has attracted tourists, celebrities and families from all over the world and will continue to do so with its one of a kind experiences. It’s luxury redefined.