Burj Al Arab is less a hotel and more an experience. On the outside this iconic resort is truly spectacular, rising up 321-metres from a man-made island connected to the Jumeirah Beach Road by a 280-metre causeway. And on the inside it’s a jaw-dropping tribute to both intricate craftsmanship and attention-to-detail, only the finest materials used, the textures lavish and the colours exuberant.
It doesn’t have guest rooms, of course, it has suites, all of them arranged over two floors and every one of them boasting separate living and sleeping areas, as well as luxurious bathrooms with Jacuzzi tubs. Their opulence is underpinned with technology that does everything from closing the curtains to controlling the plasma TV screens, whilst their floor-to-ceiling windows allow occupants to take full advantage of the views over the Arabian Sea. Personal butlers are refinements that make hotel living a joy.
But to stay here is to be pampered in every way. On the 18th floor is the palatial Assawan Spa & Health Club with its two indoor infinity pools, fitness studio and squash courts, as well as 13 different rooms dedicated to an almost endless array of beauty treatments. Back on earth delight in the tranquility of Burj Al Arab’s own private beach with al fresco Mediterranean dining at Majlis Al Bahar.
Dining here is also an unmissable event. The award-winning Al Mahara restaurant showcases only the finest seafood dishes, whilst a high-speed elevator will whisk you up 27 floors to Al Muntaha and its contemporary European cuisine. Those trying to keep their feet firmly on the ground can focus on the lavish buffets of Al Iwan, Bab Al Yam and Junsui.
SPECIAL OFFERS •Free Nights •Early Booking
7 nights from £5,335pp inclusive of flights, transfers and breakfast.
Enquire online or please call 01244 322770
Private transfers are 20 minutes from Dubai Airport / 202 Suites / 9 Restaurants & Bars / Spa / Sinbad's Kid's Club for ages 2-12 years