Here’s one to place on your wishlist.
I don’t know what it’s been with me and hotels with funky architecture these days, but the Burj Al
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vspace="4" border="1" />Arab in Dubai is much more than a billowing sail structure on the
coastline. Imagine drawing back the curtains of your beautifully decorated suite to reveal a stunning view
of the Arabian Gulf. You stumble back to catch your breath or may be in need of a glass of water, as
you’ve never seen such a an astonishing site in your entire lifetime, but don’t worry about going far the water or
anything at that. From the moment you arrive in your chauffeur driven Rolls Royce, to your private check-in, you
can expect the highest attention to your needs from your own around-the-clock private butler. Pamper
me! Pamper me, please!
The Burj Al Arab is also home to the Al Mahara, one of the top ten best
hotel restaurants in the world. Serving world-class International cuisine with both Chinese and Western influence
I can’t imagine anyone being dissatisfied with the menu selection found
here. Have your extremely, fresh, ambrosial
seafood dishes in an atmosphere under the sea. And it only gets better!