rated 4.15 out of 5
ranked #1 out of 11 Dubai Hotels
total 60 votes

Burj al Arab Hotel

The Burj al Arab hotel in Dubai offers pure luxury. The hotel resembles a billowing sail with a hight of 1053 feet and stands in the Persian Gulf on an artificial island 919 feet away from the beach. The hotel is said to be the only 7 star hotel in the world, but there is only a 5 star hotel rating system. The Burj al Arab itself says the hotel is a five star deluxe hotel.

Hotel Location

Burj al Arab is located in the Jumeirah Beach area of Dubai, 9.3 miles from the city center.

Hotel Rooms

Burj al Arab does not have rooms, but 202 suites with each one arranged over two floors. There are one bedroom, two bedroom and three bedroom suites, starting from 1038 square feet to 8395 square feet. All offer breathtaking views of the Persian Gulf and the desert.

All suites are decorated with the finest and most expensive furniture. Each suite has a living and dining area, an entertainment center with a 42-inch plasma tv screen and office facilities including laptop and internet access.

Burj al Arab

Sports and leisure facilities

To indulge your senses - there is the Assawan Spa and Health Club which offers all kind of treatments and leisure facilities.

Restaurants and Bars

If you’re hungry eight restaurants and lounges are waiting for you to suite your luxurius taste.

Room Rates

Last but not least, let’s talk about the price: room rates start from $1090 per night. The deluxe two bedroom suite costs $3540 per night.

DreamsofDubai.com says,

If you can afford to reside at Burj al Arab, you know you’ve made it. Otherwise we would recommend afternoon tea at the Burj al Arab (pricey at approx. $110 for two) if only to say “I’ve been there”.

For more information please visit: www.burj-al-arab.com

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2 Comments

  1. Stayed ther for a month and a half in the most expensive suite on part of a Queen Elizabeth’s School Trip. Definently the best hotel in the world, though they should build a water silde from the top to the bottom that would be awesome for Charlie and James!

    Bill Simmonds - September 17, 2010

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