Jumeirah Beach, Dubai
Burj Al Arab
The world's most luxurious hotel
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The Burj Al Arab has repeatedly been voted the world's most luxurious hotel and there's no question why. The level of luxury is truly unparalleled and you won't really be able to believe it until you experience it firsthand. Arrive on the private man-made island by Rolls Royce, one of the largest fleets in the world, or by helicopter landing on the private 28th floor helipad. Made up of all suites, each is a duplex featuring 24-hour butler service, full-sized Hermes bath products, and the latest in technology. Relax by one of the pools or catch rays by the private beach, then finish your day with an unforgettable meal at one of the hotel's restaurants, among favorites being Al Mahara, which is home to an enormous in-restaurant aquarium.
Restaraunts & Bars
Al Iwan - Arabic buffet
Al Mahara - Seafood in a dining room with a massive aqarium
Al Muntaha - Modern European
Bab Al Yam - International buffet and a la carte, poolside and seaside
Junsui Pure Asia - Far East Asian buffet
Sahn Eddar - Afternoon tea with an international flair
Sinbad's Kids Club
Wild Wadi Waterpark
Sea Turtle Rehabilitation