Shaped to resemble the sail of a ship, the Burj Al Arab Jumeirah is an iconic luxury hotel, instantly recognizable as the most luxurious hotel in the world. In fact, it’s one of the world’s very few 7 star hotels.
Located on a manmade island, linked to the mainland by a private bridge, the distinctive sail-shaped silhouette is more than just a stunning hotel, it is a symbol of modern Dubai.
With the world’s largest fleet of Rolls Royces, 24 karat gold ipods, butler service, exquisite dining, and a rooftop helipad, spending an evening here is no doubt a pricey affair, but worth every penny if you’re looking for the ultimate luxurious splurge.
So what would it cost to stay in the most luxurious hotel in the world? The most expensive suite goes for $19,000 a night. But for those wanting to experience gold-plated opulence at its finest, keep an eye out the Luxury Escapes website, as they often run deals for $3,499 for two nights. It’s your chance to stay in the world’s most luxurious hotel!!
Burj Al Arab Jumeirah Dubai Review
Your arrival at Burj Al Arab Jumeirah is the start to an unforgettable experience. Your choice of transport is between the world’s largest chauffeur-driven fleets of Rolls Royce’s or by a dedicated helicopter transfer service (if you catch a package with Luxury Escapes they include private return airport transfers through Arabian Adventures).
Visitors who arrive by helicopter will experience a 7 to 10 minute birds-eye-view of the city, culminating in a dramatic landing on the hotel’s helipad on the 28th level.
It’s an unforgettable welcome, and from the moment you enter your room, and your butler asks whether you would like assistance unpacking your luggage, you realize that you’ve arrived in a place where your every request is granted, and every need anticipated.
Just imagine …
Burj Al Arab Jumeirah is suite-only accommodation, and with 202 luxurious suites, this is a haven which offers travelers the total privacy and luxury that every vacation deserves.
The two-storey Deluxe One-Bedroom Suites feature 170sqm of truly opulent space with remote-controlled curtains opening up to spectacular views over the azure waters of the Arabian Gulf. Suites feature an iMac computer, media hub, free WiFi, widescreen TV and a master bathroom complete with a full-size Jacuzzi, rain shower and full-sized Hermès amenities.
And don’t be surprised if you’re handed a gold ipod! For the ultimate sleep experience, choose from a selection of 14 different pillows, Eiderdown duvets, exquisite Egyptian cotton linen, and an ultra-deluxe super king bed personalised to suit your specific posture preferences. The hospitality is unparalleled!
The hotel is home to the world’s largest brigade of butlers, available 24 hours, which means exceptional personal service. There is a private reception on every floor, personalized private bars, and the option for in-room dining. Some of the higher end rooms are fitted out with libraries, snooker tables and private elevators too.
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Burj Al Arab Jumeirah has nine signature restaurants and bars on site, each featuring as one of the best dining experiences in the world in their own right. The spaces are all elegant, whether you’re dining in the atrium, or overlooking the skyline.
Each restaurant is unique, and you have the choice of everything from authentic Arabic cuisine, to far East Asian and Modern European dishes. As you would expect, they’ve sourced ingredients from around the globe, and have authentic fresh produce flown in.
Nightly dinners at a selection of the hotel’s restaurants are included in the packages from Luxury Escapes. Our favorite is Al Mahara by Nathan Outlaw, who serves the best seafood in Dubai. It’s a relaxed atmosphere, with a focus on artful simplicity, and a huge aquarium filled with 50 species of fish.
On top of 9 restaurants, the hotel also features private beach access, two swimming pools (with private cabanas), a water park that is free for guests, and luxury car hire for those wanting to take a Ferrari or Lamborghini for a spin (what better way to fit in as a local in Dubai!).
There is a fitness club with premium mixed fitness and spa facilities, and dedicated female only options, and opportunities to explore the Arabian Gulf with a private yacht charter service available exclusively to hotel guests (a spa therapist can join you onboard too!)
If you’re traveling with kids, the Sinbad’s Kids Club is located on the 18th floor of Burj Al Arab, adjacent to the Diwania Library, and is staffed at all times by professional carers. And then there’s Wild Wadi Waterpark, one of the world’s most impressive waterparks, with slides and rides guaranteed to delight both the young and the young at heart.
Stay at the World’s Most Luxurious Hotel
Don’t miss the opportunity to stay at the world’s most luxurious hotel. No other destination is as opulent or as over the the top as Dubai, so if you want an experience that is seriously going to blow your mind, the Burj Al Arab Jumeirah is your fix.
Jump over to the Luxury Escapes website to learn more about the deal they’re running – it’s for travel between 5 November 2017 and 30 September 2018, though as you can imagine, the bookings are running our quick. You can buy now and book later if you don’t have exact dates figured out.
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