With its distinctive sail-shaped silhouette, the Burj Al Arab is repeatedly voted the world's most luxurious hotel, offering the finest service and facilities throughout with a host of personal butlers on hand.
There are 202 luxurious duplex suites, each with a King Bed looking out to sea. With views of the Arabian Gulf, the Suites feature a spiral staircase that leads from one floor to the next, separating the entertainment and living spaces. There is a spacious open bathroom, including Jacuzzi, separate rain shower and luxury Hermes bathroom amenities. Each suite also has an office area complete with 21-inch iMac, private fax, printer, copier, 42-inch and 28-inch widescreen interactive HD LED TVs, iPod/iPhone docking station and media hub, remote controlled environment including curtains, TV, in-suite music and lights.
An exclusive 24-carat gold iPad is offered to every guest upon check-in. The device serves as a "virtual concierge" and at the touch of a button, guests can access both information and the extensive selection of hotel services.
The hotel has nine signature restaurants and bars, bringing together every element to ensure guests' experiences are exceptional. Elegant restaurants and bars are dotted throughout Burj Al Arab, from the atrium all the way up to the skyline.
The spacious Assawan spa is housed over two levels. Bathed in natural light, this ground-breaking spa offers a sanctuary for guests to indulge in an extensive menu of pampering treatments – all designed to reinvigorate and restore. From facials and organic body wraps to Chakra balancing hot stone massage, each treatment uses the highest quality products and latest methods in personal care.
There is a wide range of activities on offer, from the hotel's stretch of sandy beach to the cosmopolitan malls of Dubai. Surrounded by the Arabian Gulf, there's a raft of ways to enjoy the sea, or recline by the fantastic pool for a refreshing cocktail.