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Set in a sail-shaped 321 metres building, Burj Al Arab offers luxurious suites with floor-to-ceiling windows overlooking the Dubai coastline. The distinctive sail-shaped silhouette of Burj Al Arab is more than just a stunning hotel, it is a symbol of modern Dubai.
Yet for all the wonder this stunning structure provides when you finally see it in person, it is the service within that really makes the Burj Al Arab so extraordinary. Repeatedly voted the world's most luxurious hotel, this magnificent destination offers you the finest service and facilities throughout – right down to an optional chauffeur-driven Rolls Royce.
## Please note that Wild Wadi Waterpark will be closed for maintenance between 11/01/2020 - 06/02/2020. ##
## Children share any existing beds – If you require an extra bed, this is subject to availability and additional charges will apply. ##
How far is the nearest beach?
This hotel provides access to its own beach.
Distance from Airport
This hotel is located 32km from Dubai International airport.
The noble two-storey Deluxe Suites (c. 170 m²) feature a spacious bathroom with a separate shower and guest toilet, a hairdryer, and a changing room. Further fittings include a direct dial telephone, a radio, an Internet connection, a fax machine, 2 large TVs with video and DVD, a laptop with a printer, a minibar, a hire safe, and air conditioning. The Panorama Suites (c. 220-300 m²) are similarly fitted to the Deluxe Suites but come with larges glass windows. The Club Suites (c. 330 m²) are located on the 19th and 20th floors and additionally include a dining room and a billiards table. The Royal Suites are 780 m² in size and offer a private lift and a personal cinema screen.
Food & Drink
5 cosy bars, and 6 restaurants, one of which is a seafood speciality restaurant, which can be reached via the submarine simulator. The other restaurants offer Arabian, modern European, Mediterranean, and international cuisine. According to law in Dubai, children under 21yrs are not permitted in Burj Al Arab bars.
## Please note that opening times of restaurants may vary over the summer period. ##
## Half Board is defined as a concept of breakfast with either lunch or dinner, and this can only be taken at Al Iwan or Bab Al Yam restaurants. ##
Al Muntaha - Arabic for 'The Ultimate' or 'The Top', Al Muntaha is a restaurant that lives up to its name. See Dubai stretched out in all its glory from the 27th floor, where the stunning views are matched only by the sumptuous menu. Please note that the five course meal is currently unavailable for lunch and dinner.
Al Mahara, 'The Oyster Shell' in Arabic, doesn’t just tantalise your palate; it’s a dining experience that will stimulate all your senses. The stunning floor to ceiling aquarium inside the restaurant sets the scene for a meal where only the best will do.
Al Iwan - From its staggering sea view by day to the romantic flicker of candlelight by night, Al Iwan, "The Royal Hall" in Arabic, offers sumptuous Arabic cuisine within surroundings that are nothing short of spectacular.
Sports & Entertainment
In the outdoor complex guests will find a heated swimming pool, 4 further swimming pools with an integrated children's paddling area, and a poolside snack bar. Guests may also make use of the indoor swimming pool, Jacuzzi, solarium, sauna, steam room and massage service (charges apply). Further leisure activities on offer include diving, windsurfing, sailing, tennis, squash and aerobics. Sports enthusiasts can also try a workout in the gym.
***Complimentary access to Wild Wadi Water Park***
- 24 Hour Reception
- Air Conditioning
- Air Conditioning in public areas
- Cafe/ Snack Bar
- Currency Exchange
- Heated Swimming Pool
- Indoor Swimming Pool
- Internet Access
- Kids Pool
- Laundry Service
- Safety Deposit Box
- Satellite TV
- Sunbathing Terrace
- Swimming Pool
- Tea/Coffee Making Facilities