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Dubai Hotels

Burj Al-Arab

Pros

  • Incredible architectural elements
  • Luxurious, expansive suites
  • Very private

Cons

  • Room rates are sky-high

Updated 12/31/1969

Fodor's Review

The style icon that put Dubai on the tourist map, the Burj Al-Arab has to be one of the most famous hotels in the world, and its graceful lines have been featured in numerous design magazines. The press has christened it the world's first 7-star property, though that accolade is played down by its owners, Jumeirah Hotels. The decor throughout is sumptuous Arabian with deep pile carpets and acres of gold plate. The suites-only property has set new standards of service in

the region. There's a check-in desk on each floor and every suite has a butler for personal service. You can also book helicopter transfer or arrange a Rolls-Royce to pick you up from the airport. The hotel prides itself on its ability to satisfy even the pickiest guest, and so has many services in addition to its standard leisure programs. The public can't gain access to the hotel (except with a restaurant or bar reservation) because it sits on a man-made islet just offshore, so you'll have a ton of privacy, but you'll be paying for the privilege.

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Hotel Information

Address:

Jumeirah Beach, Dubai, United Arab Emirates

Phone:

4-301–7777

Hotel Details:

  • Credit cards accepted
  • 202 rooms
  • No meals

Updated 12/31/1969

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