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25 reasons to spend Holidays at Burj Al Arab Hotel Dubai

 

Welcome to the world's most luxurious hotel

Welcome to the world's most iconic hotel. Holiday Travel look forward to welcoming you to the Burj Al Arab, The landmark property and hope you will enjoy Hotel's unrivalled hospitality. The Burj Al Arab is much more than the world's most luxurious hotel, It is the symbol of emerginng and powerful but 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.

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                                                                   (courtesy theluxtraveller.com)

Why Burj Al Arab is called Most Luxurious Hotel in World

The following are the reasons why Burj Al Arab is the most luxurious hotel in world

  • World's Tallest Attrium
  • Fourth tallest hotel in the world,
  • Cost of a suite range from $2000 to $5000 per night. The Royal Suite of Burj Al Arab is most expensive. It costs $30000 per night.
  • Smallest suite in hotel occupies an area of 169 square meters while the largest one covers 780 square meters.
  • This hotel is located an artificial island and is constructed 280 meters offshore. Builders drove almost 230 meters long concrete piles into the sand to make hotel’s foundation strong.
  • In spite of its size, Burj Al Arab has only 28 double storey floors. These floors accommodate 202 bedroom suites.
  • Burj Al Arab also has a 24 meter wide helipad. This helipad is 210 meters above ground.
  • Access to this hotel is only possible with a reservation or invitation. Moreover there is also a dress code which needs to be followed while visiting Burj Al Arab. No shorts and sneakers allowed in hotel.
  • Shape of hotel resembles sail of a dhow. Two wings of hotel are spread in a V shape which forms a vast “mast”. Space between them two wings is enclosed in a gigantic hall.
  • Hotel also boasts a chauffeured Rolls Royce fleet for using for guests. There is a private reception desk on every floor for guests and well trained butlers also provide round the clock services to their esteem guests.
  • Al Mahara Restaurant in Burj Al Arab is one of its kinds as it provides a unique experience of three minutes submarine ride from hotel lobby to restaurant entrance.
  • Teflon-coated exteriors of hotel look white in day while at night, it completely changes it look. Computer programmed spotlights create a changing montage of colors on white facade of hotel.
  • World's Highest Gold Polished interiors.
  • World's Highest tennis Court perched on a cantilever
  • Biggest Fleet of Rolce Royace in world
  • Host of personal butlers for each guest
  • Private reception on every floor
  • Suite-only accommodation offers discreet check-in within your rooms
  • 202 luxurious duplex suites
  • Personalised butler service
  • Eight world-class restaurants and bars
  • Four swimming pools (two outdoor, two indoor) and a private beach
  • Assawan Spa & Healthclub
  • Rolls Royce, Mercedes and helicopter airport transfer service
  • Complimentary access to Wild Wadi Waterpark for the duration of your stay
  • Burj Al Arab has nine signature restaurants,dining is about far more than food. Hotel specialise in bringing together every element to ensure your experience is exceptional. Soak up the vibrant atmosphere in our elegant spaces, dotted through Burj Al Arab from the atrium all the way to the skyline. While each restaurant is unique, each shares the ability to create flavour combinations that linger in your mind long after the meal is over.

 

Al Iwan Burj Al Arab

In the heart of the world's tallest atrium, you’ll find a restaurant that's just as notable.

Location : First floor, Burj Al Arab

Cuisine: Arabic

Dress Code: Smart casual. Gentlemen are required to wear a collared shirt, full-length trousers or elegant jeans and closed shoes. Ladies are required to wear a suit or dress, long or short skirt or dressy slacks and top. UAE national dress is welcomed.

Family:

  • 0-3 years: free of charge
  • 4-11 years: 50% discount on buffets (no discount on kids menu and beverages)
  • Above 12 years: full rate applies

Lunch: Serving from 12:00 to 15:30, last food order at 14:30. Lunch starts at AED 360 per person.

Dinner: Serving from 18:00 to 00:00, last food order at 23:30. Dinner starts at AED 410 per person.

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                                                                              (courtesy flickr.com)

Al Mahara Burj Al Arab

Rich, sumptuous flavours, unparalleled taste and texture, and a truly remarkable setting: welcome to a new age of fine dining.

Location: Ground Floor, Burj Al Arab

Cuisine: Seafood

Dress Code: Lunch: the Dress Code during lunch is smart casual. Gentlemen are requested to wear a shirt with collar, long trousers or smart jeans, closed shoes. Ladies are requested to wear a suit or dress, long or short skirt or dressy slack and top. UAE national dress is welcome.

Dinner: the Dress Code during dinner is semi-formal. Gentlemen are required to wear a shirt with collar and long sleeves, long trousers (no jeans) and closed shoes, a jacket should also be worn at dinner time. Ladies are requested to wear a suit or dress, long or short skirt or dressy slack and top. UAE national dress is welcome.

Family:

  • Children below 12 years are welcome during lunch time only
  • 0-3 years: free of charge
  • 4-11 years: 50% discount on a la carte and set menus (no discount on kids menu and beverages)
  • Above 12 years: full rate applies

Lunch: Serving from 12:30 to 15:00, last food order at 14:30

Dinner: Serving from 19:00 to 00:00, last food order at 23:30

                  Al Mahara Burj Al Arab

                                                                   (courtesy footage.framepool)

Al Muntaha Restaurant Burj Al Arab

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.

Location: 27th floor, Burj Al Arab

Cuisine: Modern European

Dress Code: Lunch Smart Casual. Gentlemen are required to wear a collared shirt, full-length trousers or elegant jeans and closed shoes (no trainers or sport shoes). Ladies are required to wear a suit or dress, long or short skirt or dressy slack and top. Dinner, Semi Formal.

Family:

  • Children below 10 years are welcome during lunch and brunch only.
  • 0-3 years: free of charge
  • 4-11 years: 50% discount on buffets, a la carte and set menus (no discount on kids menu and beverages)
  • Above 12 years: full rate applies

Lunch:

  • Serving from 12:30 to 15:00, last food order at 14:30
  • Friday Brunch:
  • Serving from 10:00 to 15:30, last food order at 15:00

Dinner:  Serving from 19:00 to 00:00, last food order at 23:30

                 Al Muntaha Restaurant Burj Al Arab

                                                                     (courtesy thingstodo.viator.com)

Bab Al Yam Restaurant Burj Al Arab

Retreat to our private poolside restaurant and experience the best of al fresco dining under the sun.

Location: Ground floor, Burj Al Arab

Cuisine: International

Dress Code: Smart Casual. Gentlemen are required to wear a collared shirt, full-length trousers or elegant jeans and closed shoes (no trainers). Ladies are required to wear a suit or dress, long or short skirt or dressy slack and top. UAE national dress is welcome

Family:

  • 0-3 years: free of charge
  • 4-11 years: 50% discount on buffets, a la carte and set menus (no discount on kids menu and beverages)
  • Above 12 years: full rate applies

Breakfast:  Serving from 07:00 to 11:00

Lunch: Serving from 12:30 to 15:30, last food order at 15:00

Dinner: Serving from 19:00 to 23:30, last food order at 23:30

                  Bab Al Yam Restaurant Burj Al Arab

                                                                          (courtesy jumeirah.com)

Culinary Flight at Burj Al Arab

Send your senses soaring with Culinary Flight Burj Al Arab's signature dining experience

Locations: Skyview Bar, Al Muntaha, Al Iwan, Junsui, Al Mahara, Burj Al Arab

Cuisine: Seafood, International, Arabic, Asian

Dress Code: 

Lunch: Gentlemen are requested to wear a shirt with collar, long trousers or smart jeans, closed shoes. Ladies are requested to wear a suit or dress, long or short skirt or dressy slack and top. UAE national dress is welcome.

Dinner: The dress code for dinner in Al Mahara is semi-formal. Gentlemen are requested to wear a shirt with collar and long sleeves, long trousers (no jeans) and closed shoes, a jacket should also be worn at dinner time. Ladies are requested to wear a suit or dress, long or short skirt or dressy slack and top. UAE national dress is welcome

Lunch: AED800 per person. Serving from 12:30 to 15:30. Dress code smart casual.

Dinner: AED1000 per person. Serving from 18:30 to 00:00. Dress code semi-formal.

 

Juna Lounge

Sink in. Rich, warm colours and textures envelop Juna Lounge, offering a haven for the weary traveller.

Location: Ground floor, Burj Al Arab

Cuisine: International Cocktails

Dress Code: Smart Casual. Gentlemen are required to wear a collared shirt, full-length trousers or elegant jeans and closed shoes (no trainers). Ladies are required to wear a suit or dress, long or short skirt or dressy slack and top. UAE national dress is welcomed

Family:

  • Minimum age for Juna Lounge is 21 years
  • Timings: Serving daily from 12:30 to 16:00 and from 18:00 to 01:00

                Juna Lounge

                                                                       (courtesy worldtourist.com)

Junsui Burj Al Arab

The rich flavours of Far East Asia delight diners at Junsui. Bathed in Swarovski crystals, this stylish dining room and cocktail lounge offers an opulent setting for a spectacularly flavoursome culinary journey.

Location: Ground mezzanine floor, Burj Al Arab

Cuisine: Far East Asian

Dress Code: Smart Casual. Gentlemen are required to wear a collared shirt, full-length trousers or elegant jeans and closed shoes (no trainers). Ladies are required to wear a suit or dress, long or short skirt or dressy slack and top. UAE national dress is welcomed

Family:

  • 0-3 years: free of charge
  • 4-11 years: 50% discount on buffets, a la carte and set menus (no discount on kids menu and beverages)
  • Above 12 years: full rate applies

Breakfast: Serving from 07:00 to 10:30

Lunch: Serving from 12:30 to 15:30, last food order at 14:30

Dinner: Serving from 18:00 to 23:30, last food order at 22:30

                  Junsui Burj Al Arab

 

Sahn Eddar

Indulge in the pleasures of a traditional afternoon tea or linger over morning coffee in our magnificent atrium restaurant. A symphony of classical sounds, marble, mosaic and soft touch lighting, it’s easy to surrender to the lush surroundings at Sahn Eddar; prepare to be dazzled with sweet and savoury artisan delights.

Location: First floor, Burj Al Arab

Cuisine : International

Dress Code : Smart Casual. Gentlemen are required to wear a collared shirt, full-length trousers or elegant jeans and closed shoes (no trainers). Ladies are required to  wear a suit or dress, long or short skirt or dressy slack and top. UAE national dress is welcomed

Family:

  • 0-3 years: free of charge
  • 4-11 years: 50% discount on buffets, a la carte and set menus (discount will not be applicable on the available kids menu)
  • Above 12 years: full rate applies

Light BitesServing from 06:30 onwards

 

Breakfast : Serving from 08:00 to 11:00

Afternoon TeaServed at 13:00, 15:00, 17:00

High Tea Served at 19:00 and 20:00

Violin Classic From 20:00 to 23:30

 

Skyview Bar, Burj Al Arab

Quench your thirst at our lavish hideaway on top of the world. Soaring 200 metres above sea level.

Location: 27th floor, Burj Al Arab

Cuisine : Beverages

Dress Code: Smart Casual: Gentlemen are required to wear a collared shirt, full-length trousers or elegant jeans and closed shoes (no trainers or sport shoes). Ladies are required to wear a suit or dress, long or short skirt or dressy slack and top. UAE national dress is welcomed

FamilyMinimum age for Skyview Bar is 21 years old.

TimingsServing from 12:00 to 02:00 (Except Friday)

Afternoon TeaServing from 13:00 to 18:00

Drinks Serving from 19:00 to 02:00

              Skyview Bar, Burj Al Arab






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