the unique Dubai burj al arab 

The Dubai Burj al Arab is a super-luxury hotel which claims to be the first seven-star hotel in the world. Built on an artificial island and is designed to resemble the billowing sail of a dhow, a traditional Arabic sailboat. It is for sure one of the iconic luxury of Dubai. However, is there any real classification of seven-star hotel anyway? Let's take a look before you visit this amazing hotel on your luxury travel in Dubai.

the facts of Dubai burj al arab

  • Many travel experts or tourist boards said that there's no such thing as a seven-star establishment; you can't officially go higher than five. However this establishment is most likely attributed due to the fact the hotel pushes the boundaries of what comparable five-star establishments offer guests
  • This magnificent destination offers you the finest service and experiences throughout - right down to an optional chauffeur-driven Rolls-Royce, helicopter trips from an iconic helipad, private beach access, luxury leisure on a breathtaking terrace with pools and cabanas as well as some of the world’s best dining venues
  • There are 60 reception desks, one per each floor.
  • Each suite has floor to ceiling windows with views of the gulf, including an overview of the man-made Palm Islands.
  • The Dubai Burj Al Arab holds  28 double-story floors which accommodate 202 bedroom suites. The smallest suite occupies an area of 169 square meters (1,820 square feet), the largest covers 780 square meters (8,400 square feet).
  • It has 18 elevators and 60 floors. It has a helipad near the roof at a height of 210 meters (689 feet) above ground.
  • It has 18 elevators and 60 floors. 
  • This is one of the most expensive hotel rooms in the world. But you don't have to stay at the Dubai Burj Al Arab to enjoy it. Those who aren't crashing at the hotel can gain entry by grabbing a bite at one of the on-site restaurants
  • Restaurant Al Muntaha  is located 200 meters (660 feet) above the Persian Gulf, offering a view of Dubai. It is just truly spectacular. Restaurant Al Mahara  which is accessed via a simulated submarine voyage, features a large seawater aquarium, holding roughly 990,000 liters (260,000 US gal) of water 
  • Many visitors have been in complete awe of both the interior and exterior of Dubai Burj Al Arab, and strongly recommended that if you have the money, stay for at least a night.
  • Those who didn't book a room at the hotel found that grabbing afternoon tea was a great way to enjoy a slice of the property's famous ambiance without forking over a ton of money (make sure to schedule you tea time well in advance).
  • Some guests found the hotel to be nothing short of spectacular, others found the property's opulence to be garish.
  • Whether you venture inside or not, merely getting a snap of one of Dubai's most photographed structures is experience enough.
  • To learn more about the hotel, click their official website.

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