A not so recent addition to the bag of DubaiÍs shiny and graceful architecture, Burj Al Arab is yet another signature building added to the list.
Established in year 1999, Burj Al Arab is one of the premium hotels of Dubai located on an artificial island off Jumeirah Road. Designed in the shape of sail of a dhow, this iconic landmark houses an array of shiny chauffer driven limousines and a private helipad. Talking of luxury, the hotel feature attractive fountain, admirable lobby and richness induced 203 suites. Standing tall at a height of 180 meters, the place is worth visiting just to take peek at its royalty. A prior reservation (on its website) is required to get past the lobby security to visit its restaurant if you are not staying there.
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7 months ago by Abdullah Haider
Don't visit unless you've time on your hand. You won't be allowed to enter and all you can do is to click pictures of it. Try to visit it at the end of the trip and don't be disappointed if it fails to live upto its hype. Visit downtown Dubai and roam around in exotic car shops instead. Catching a sight of rare cars around this hotel is no big deal
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