Al Arab or Arabian Tower is the ultimate symbol
of Dubai's determination to be a world-beater. The
stunning property has already become an internationally
recognisable landmrk and has the distinction of
being declared the world's tallest hotel. Burj Al
Arab's sail shaped structure, which soars 321 metres
above the Arabian Gulf, is taller than Eiffel Tower
Paris and just 60 meters shorter than New York's
Empire State Building.
Burj Al Arab scales
new heights of luxury, introducing new levels of
comfort with its superlative standards of acomodation
and service in its suites. leisure facilities and
restaurants. Built on a man-made island lying 280
metres offshore, the hotel houses 202 duplex suites,
which are both spacious and lavish, with the personal
services provided by private butlers.
The hotel offers
the guests a feast for both the eyes and the plate.
From the highest point of the hotel right doown
the sea level, the restaurants locations are as
impressive as the creative menus. Whether the guests
are looking for a healthy snack or the best in haute
cuisine, the six Burj Al Arab restaurants have perfect
answers every time.
The stunning Assawan
Spa is inspired by the architecture of ancient Arabia.
Facilities include exercise equipment, indoor swimming
pools, Jacuzzi and a seperate reserved area for