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The world’s tallest hotel stands, both literally and figuratively, above the rest. A ratio of eight staff to each suite, bright and bold interiors and a spectacular setting alongside the Persian Gulf sets the Burj al Arab apart as one of the world’s finest hotels. However, with the cheapest rooms costing an average of £878 per night, the Burj Al Arab certainly does not come cheap. For those happy to splurge, the hotel’s fine dining scene features sky-view bars, a restaurant centred around a colourful aquarium and opulent high teas, all of which are ideal spots to eat, drink and be merry. As is the case with many Dubai attractions, more is more at the Burj al Arab; the helipad-come-tennis court and each guest’s gold-plated iPads proving there’s no such thing as understated here. So, leave your judgements at the door, the Burj al Arab may be as brazen as they come, but it has the goods to back it up.

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  • Our tips for Burj al Arab

    Our tips for Burj al Arab
    • Sea it all. The Burj al Arab rests on an artificial island constructed 280 metres offshore. To support this ‘floating’ island, builders drove hundreds of 40-metre long concrete piles into the sand. Be sure to enjoy the epic, uninterrupted coastal views from the hotel, we promise you won’t be disappointed.
    • Dress to impress. This self-proclaimed seven star resort attracts society’s crème de la crème. Take the opportunity to dress to the nines here, and you’ll hold your own when rubbing shoulders with the celebrities and royalty.
    • Cruise round. To see the nautical-inspired building in all its glory, a cruise along the seafront offers the prime views.
  • Good to know

    Good to know
    Best Time To Visit Whenever you visit, the Burj al Arab is guaranteed to impress. If you can though, plan your Dubai visit to coincide with the more pleasant months of November through to March. Temperatures at this time of year still average around 30°C, but don’t bear the humidity of the full-blown summer months.
    Getting There Taxi’s are the preferred form of transport in Dubai, with reasonable rates and plenty of taxi ranks and drivers available to assist travellers. Many organised isango! tours also offer round-trip hotel transfers to the Burj al Arab included in the ticket price.
    Money Saving Tips Of course, a stay at one of the world’s most luxurious hotels won’t come cheap, however reserving a table for dinner and drinks well in advance ensures your Burj al Arab experience doesn’t cost an arm and a leg. Afternoon tea is the most affordable of activities at the Burj al Arab.
    Did you know? Impress your fellow travellers with these interesting titbits on the Burj al Arab…
    • The Burj al Arab’s lavish Royal Suite is one of the most expensive hotel rooms in the world. Dare to dream? A week in the Burj al Arab’s 25th floor room will set you back more than £13,000.
    • 17 types of pillows await guests at the Burj al Arab. An extravagant pillow menu is deemed an essential part of any guests stay at the luxury hotel.
    • The 180-metre lobby atrium is tall enough to fit the entire of the iconic Statue of Liberty in it.