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Burj Al Arab - The Most Luxurious 7 Star Hotel in Dubai

The Most Luxurious and famous, The Jumeirah Burj al Arabhotel is situated on an artificial island, a luxury hotel is significant in every way. It was built in 1999 on an artificial island 200 meters from the Jumeirah beach; this is the fourth tallest hotel in the world with its 321m height (1,053 feet). The architecture of Burj al Arab is remarkable, it doesn’t get lost in the impressive cityscape, and reminding the sail of a ship. It is said to be the first and only 7 star hotel in the world!
Its service and interiors are even more stunning. The interiors are the real design wonders: suites are spacious; restaurants feature seawater aquariums or a view of Dubai. It has most expensive rooms than any other hotels in the world. The hotel, Burj al Arab is connected to the mainland by a private road that ensures the privacy of guests. So that can reach there by a short ride from Jumeirah beach.


The Burj Al Arab is decorated in warm colors and rich fabrics; each suite has sweeping views of the Arabic Gulf. Each one has a spacious dining area which can seat 4 to 6 people.
photo by jumerah burj al arab


FACILITIES & SERVICES AT BURJ AL ARAB



Visitors can arrive to this hotel in royal way by Helicopter, Rolls Royce, Mercedes S400 and Mercedes GL450. Visitors who arrive by Helicopter also get a 15 minute birds-view of the city. The different charges are availabe to transfer to the hotel and that depends what kind of transfer services you want to use and that starts from AED 500 to AED 10,000.
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PRIVATE BUTLER SERVICE


With over 1,600 working colleagues Burj Al Arab has 202 luxury duplexes. Which suites ratio is 8:1? Which means this ensures that every guest gets personal attention, uninterrupted care and luxury pampering. The unrivalled personalized service is a signature of this hotel. The Burj AlArab has a dedicated reception on each floor with check-in conducted in the privacy of the individual suite that ensures for the comfort and convenience of guests.

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VIP SERVICES


VIP service is about more than a mere luxury. It's about creating once in a lifetime opportunities. With ultra-exclusive VIP service Burj Al Arab offers limitless possibilities, with a dedicated concierge team that will work tirelessly to meet and exceed your greatest expectations. All you need to do is ask!

photo by jumerah burj al arab

LUXURY DREAM CAR RENTAL

Visitors can experience ultimate luxury at Burj Al Arab by hiring a private luxury car to roam on the streets of Dubai. It offers exclusive cars to provide to their visitors on rent, including models from Lamborghini, Ferrari and Aston Martin. For a touch of classic cars tempt, old world glamour with an understated elegance that even today is rarely matched.



photo by jumerah burj al arab



There is lot more to explore at Burj Al Arab; this is just a Glance at Burj Al Arab.
 

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I am associated with the travel industry for the last two years. My responsibility is to increase website traffic and to generate quality leads.
On which destinations & travel topics can you advise members especially well?
India travel and hotel booking in India.
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South East Asia and Europe.
Other travel / language expertise?
Languages known; English,Hindi and Bengali

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At 7:21am on June 24, 2010, EnLinea Media said…
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