Dubai has been one of the favorite tourist destinations because of the many fascinating world heritage that can be found in the city. One of these is the most expensive hotel in the world, Burj al-Arab
The hotel that comes with a resemblance of a sail-shaped, as many say, was the dream of Sheikh Zayed bin Sultan al Nahyan, and it is now the remarkable symbol of modern Dubai. As of now, it holds the title of being the world’s tallest hotel with a height of 321. The construction with a total cost of $650 million took six years to finished (1994-1999).
If you are visiting the UAE, you can sure to get some daily deals Dubai for some fancy hotel. But if you have the money, don’t miss to stay in Burj al Arab to complete your Dubai experience. The cost of staying in a suite begins at $1,000 per night and increases to over $15,000 per night; the Royal Suite is the most expensive room which will cost your one night stay at $28,000.
Enjoy your stay in hotel with its stunning services that is worth every penny you shell out in the best deals UAE – private chauffeur with Rolls Royce or BMW 7, helicopter pad that has pickup and send-off service to the center of Dubai or to the Dubai International Airport, private reception desk every floor restaurant located 200m above the sea level, with amazing view on the city. The luxurious hotel also offers free entry to the Wild-Wadi Water Park as well.
Burj al Arab was also repeatedly hailed as the world’s most luxurious hotel in the world. Living with its title, the most expensive materials were used throughout the construction of the hotel. As you enter, there are 29,000 Swarovski crystals hanging in the ceiling of the Jundui Lounge, designed in the shape of Milky Way Galaxy. Every female in the team of the Front and Greeting Desk wears bespoke, hold earrings and necklace pendants in the shape of the Burj Al Arab logo.
The hotel is the house of 202 duplex suites having the smallest starts to have a 169 m² size, and the largest is 780 m². Every suite has floor to the ceiling glass windows which gives you an awesome view of the Persian Gulf. Each suite has opulent living, dining and office facilities. These rooms come with a 42-inch Plasma screen TV, and literally, everything inside can be controlled by a remote device.