Burj Al Arab in Dubai is fascinating and really great is style and design. The architecture is resembling swollen sails makes it one of the most photographed places in the world. All rooms are luxurious duplex apartments with interiors - a work of art and incredible views. Besides the unique amenities such as helipad and tennis courts, the hotel offers a wide range of options for dining and nightlife. Some of the extras include check-in directly in the apartment, daily personal butlers on call and a fleet of Rolls Royce hire personal chauffeur. All this available to wealthy VIP guests and royalty.
Situated on its own island, Burj Al Arab provides ultra luxurious suites with sea views, 9 own restaurant and sumptuous spa with a full range of services. Guests can arrive at the hotel with Rolls-Royce (the hotel has one of the largest fleets of Rolls-Royce drivers in the world) or by special helicopter transfers. Each suite has French windows with panoramic views of the Arabian Gulf and includes gilded with 4-carat gold iPad, free Wi-Fi connection, 21-inch widescreen iMac and an interactive HD TV and Bose docking station for iPhone and multimedia hub.
Mahara Restaurant is a trademark of Burj Al Arab offers seafood specialties. There are large glass wall that overlooks the aquarium. Sky View bar rises 200 meters above sea level. Al Muntaha restaurant is ideal for afternoon tea and cocktails. All treatments at Talise Spa is carefully thought out and created exclusively utilizing the most luxurious products in the world to deliver the enjoyment of guests. Relaxation areas for ladies and gentlemen have aqua lounge areas. Amenities include a separate indoor infinity pools, hot tubs and treatment rooms overlooking the Arabian Gulf, along with saunas, steam rooms and plunge pools. Burj Al Arab provides unlimited access to the facilities for water sports in the water park Wild Wadi, located just 5 minutes walk across the bridge to the island. Madinat Jumeirah Sukat is a 15-minute walk.