7 Stars Accomodation at Burj Al Arab

Updated on Tuesday 12th July 2016

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Burj Al Arab, one of the most luxurious hotels in the world, with the most stars, the third highest hotel in the world, is located in Dubai and was created on an artificial island. Its design resembles the sail of a ship and it has been, repeatedly, voted as the most luxurious hotel in the world. Not only because of the design, but also because it offers great services and facilities, even an optional Rolls-Royce, complete with a personal chauffeur of course. 

Its rating (seven stars) is said to be given by a journalist on a press trip, before the grand opening. Basically, she said that it was more than she could have imagined and named it a “seven-star” hotel. Although it might not actually have seven stars, it does have a discreet check-in within the rooms and there is a private reception on every single floor. So, regarding discretion, it does have all the stars.  
 

Design and architecture 



The design team was led by architect Tom Wright and the construction was managed by Rick Gregory, a Canadian engineer. They began by constructing the island, which started in 1994 and the team of constructors was of approximately 2,000 workers. The hotel had to become a symbolic statement for the city, similar to London’s Big Ben or the Eiffel Tower in Paris. 
 

Impressive suites at Burj Al Arab



The hotel’s manager is Jumeirah Group. Now, although it’s one of the tallest hotels in the world, it only accommodates 202 bedroom suites. The smallest room is 1,820 sq ft. and the largest is 8,400 sq ft. The design of the suites differs from one another and the bathrooms have mosaic tile patterns. The Royal Suite, listed as number 12 on the World’s most expensive hotel rooms, is billed at $24,000/night. 
 

Amazing restaurants, both with a view



There are two restaurants within Burj Al Arab. One is at the top and the other is below the hotel. Let us start with the one up top. This restaurant is called “Al Muntaha” which is translated as “The Ultimate”. It is situated at 660 ft above the Persian Gulf and it offers an incredible view of Dubai and it can be accessed by a panoramic elevator. 

The other restaurant within the hotel is named “Al Mahara”. In translation, it means “Oyster” and this one can be accessed by a simulated submarine voyage. Inside the restaurant, the customer will find a seawater aquarium which has approximately 260,000 gallons of water. Its wall is made of acrylic glass (about 7.1 inches thick) because it has to sustain the water pressure. 

In conclusion, even if the hotel doesn’t really have the seven-star rating, officially, it is one of the most beautiful in the world. More so, the services offered are always impeccable, discretion is practically written on the door and the view is more than spectacular. 

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