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Jumeirah Beach Road Dubai, 7 AE
The ultimate luxury hotel of Dubai it is regarded as the only 7 star hotel of the world. Burj Al Arab Hotel is the signature land mark of Dubai.
Burj Al Arab Hotel!
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Number of Rooms: 202
Star Ratings: 5 Stars +
The Burj Al Arab towers soaring 321 meters, above the Arabian Gulf. This unique billowing sail-shaped building stands proudly on a man-made island some 280 meters offshore, linked to the mainland by a slender, gently curving causeway.
It is a dramatic tribute to the region's seafaring heritage. Combining the latest technology with a long-standing reputation of Arabian hospitality, the hotel symbolizes the very essence of Dubai. It embraces the best of the new alongside traditions of the past.
Individual service and attention to detail are paramount, with a private reception area on each floor, as well as a butler service for every suite. Burj Al Arab is setting new standards of luxury, service, and comfort on the shores of the Arabian Gulf.
Six restaurants and lounges provide a variety of dining options, from an underwater seafood restaurant called Al Mahara (accessible by a three minute simulated submarine voyage), to the heights of Al Muntaha, located on the top level of the hotel. Other fine restaurants include Al Iwan, Bab Al Yam, and Sahn Eddar.
The Assawan Spa & Health Club is located on the 18th floor, and its unique location allows guest to enjoy spectacular views from the pools, Jacuzzi, spas, therapy rooms, and aerobics workout studios.
Three fully equipped conference rooms are situated on the 27th floor, as are two Arabic and Western decorated boardrooms with seating for twenty. The gold domed Al Falak Ballroom is multi-functional and can be configured for a 200-person lunch or dinner, or alternatively accommodate 400 people for cocktails.
Smart casual dress code mandatory.
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Soaring 321 metres above the Arabian Gulf, Burj Al Arab - The Arabian Tower, is the world's tallest and most architecturally advanced hotel in the world. Standing 280 metres offshore on a man-made island, Burj Al Arab is designed in the shape of a billowing sail, reflecting Dubai's ancient seafaring traditions. Combining the very latest in technology with long-standing Arabian hospitality, Burj Al Arab offers, superbly unique dining experiences - whether suspended 200 metres above the Arabian Gulf in Al Muntana - Skyview Restaurant, or in Al Mahara Restaurant, an undersea seafood paradise.
This all-suite hotel contains 202 world-class duplex suites. Unsurpassed by any other hotel in the world, they all feature floor to ceiling windows, offering a breathtaking view of the sea and range from 170 sqm to 780 sqm in floor area. All are equipped with the latest technology, laptop computers and Internet access. Convenience, luxury and a highly personalised service are available for every traveller, enhanced by private reception desks on every floor, in-suite check-in and exclusive butlers providing around the clock assistance. Conference facilities on the 27th floor include the Al Falak Ballroom whose sumptous decor and outdoor terrace provide an unforgettable venue. Located on the 18th floor of Burj Al Arab is the Assawan Spa, a lavishly decorated, private health and fitnes facility.
It's unique location allows guests to enjoy a spectacular view from the pools, jacuzzis, spas, massage, beauty and therapy rooms and even the aerobic room. There is no charge for incoming faxes. The following nationalities will not require a visa to travel to Dubai as they can have it upon arrival at the airport: Western Europe: France, Italy, Germany, Holland, Belgium, Luxembourg, Switzerland, Austria, Sweden, Norway, Denmark, Portugal, Ireland, Greece, Cyprus, Finland, Malta, Spain, Monaco, Vatican City, Iceland, Andorra, San Marino, Liechtenstein. America: USA, Canada. Oceania: Australia, New Zealand. Asia: Japan, Brunei, Singapore, Malaysia and Hong Kong.
Please note that from the 1st February 2002, Jumeirah International properties in Dubai will not be accept the following currencies in either cash or travellers cheques, whereas our two London hotels will continue to accept these currencies until 31st December 2002:Deutsche Mark, French Franc, Italian Lira, Spanish Pesetas, Dutch Guilder, Belgian Fran, Austrian Schilling, Irish Pound, Portuguese Escudo, Finnish Markka, Greek Drachma, Luxembourg Franc. ***Maintenance on Swimming Pools between 8th July -25 July and 1st - 8th August. Whilst this maintenance takes place, guests will be re-directed to alternate pools within Burj Al Arab or as an alternative they will be offered access to the pool facilities at our sister hotel the Jumeirah Beach Hotel and complimentary access to Wild Wadi Waterpark***
Areas Served:Dubai Airport DXB 25 kilometers, Transport 2 kilometers, Gold Souk 20 kilometers, Desert Safari 20 kilometers, Shopping Malls 20 kilometers, Mosque 5 kilometers
Burk, Borj, or Boorj Ala Arab are the names of this wonderful 7 star hotel
A credit card is required to book online. Peak seasons may require your card is charged in advance. Reading the rate rules after selecting your rate will indicate if your card will be charged. This information will appear in your email confirmation.Cancellation Policy:
Subject to the discretion of the hotel, the credit card provided may be charged if the reservation is canceled after the cancellation deadline has passed or if the guest fails to arrive. The cancellation policy will appear after selecting rate rules.
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