Burj Al Arab Hotel estimated as one of the luxurious hotel in the world, it is thousand feet tall and was built to look like a sail of yacht. This mighty structure in the Dubai coastline which is legendary and has attracted awe of people from all over the world and is in the limelight of international attention. An icon that invites lots of photographic attention, people visits this place and has clicked umpteen photographs of this iconic structure. It was voted as the most luxurious hotel in the world and resembles a billowing sail.
It has a height of 321 meters and is conspicuous with its presence in Dubai Skyline. At night the sky gets illuminated with its choreographed light worked on the concept of water and fire. The hotel lies near to the famous Palm Jumeirah Island. People visiting this coastal region could enjoy all peace and tranquility of coastal accommodation, a distance away is the famous historic Hatta Village and Old Bastakiya District.
This wonderful place is 25 km from Dubai International airport and towers areas like Jumeirah Beach, Wild Wadi Park and is encircled by the Arabian Gulf. Another interesting place to its vicinity is the Umm Suqueim Park and is great place to relax.
About the rooms, there are luxury rooms and suites facing the gulf giving excellent views. The hotel is decorated with wonderful decoration with jewel tones, chandeliers and spiral staircases.
Seven restaurants are there at the hotel to pamper you taste buds. They cater international and native tastes and can be termed as restaurants meeting the highest standards in culinary perfection. It takes on a gastronomic tour and people will cherish the dishes they have tasted here. They have a reception desk on each floor and they professionally deal with all customers and guests. Also, on every floor there are butler services and the guests can relax fully and contended with all their requirements met. There is a spa called Assawan Spa which gives good treatment and carved out a name of its own in this segment. Guests can also enjoy a Rolls Royce ride with a chauffeur.