Often known as the world’s most luxurious hotel, the all-suite Burj Al Arab Jumeirah is an awe-inspiring mix of luxury and spectacular design. Standing 321 metres high it is one of the four highest hotels in the world and unsurprisingly is a landmark in the Dubai skyline. It is designed to resemble a billowing sail and has come to represent the best that the world's hotels has to offer.
There’s the Assawan Spa and Health Club, which provides guests with the ultimate fitness experience to leave you feeling supremely relaxed and rejuvenated with hand picked treatments exclusively developed to provide everything you could want. Plus the new Burj Al Arab terrace offers guests a 612 metre freshwater pool, an 828 square metre saltwater pool, four jacuzzis, 126 sunbeds, 24 luxury day beds, a swim-up bar and a pool food menu. Guests can also book one of the 32 fully air-conditioned cabanas overlook the Burj Al Arab Terrace, Palm Jumeirah, and the Dubai skyline.
The Burj al Arab doesn’t just do health and spa treatments for the leisure guest; it also provides top-of-the-line facilities for the business traveller. Expansive and lavishly decorated banqueting venues and ballrooms play host to international seminars, award ceremonies and cultural events. The two-tiered ballroom can adapt to whatever occasion it is required to and also features a portable stage and a full range of audiovisual equipment.
Away from the luxury of the hotel itself a range of activities are provided for guests including indoor and outdoor water sports, deep sea fishing and scuba diving courses among many other things. When it comes to dining, guests can choose from nine signature restaurants and bars, which include Californian fusion cuisine, vibrant night-spots at Gold on 27, and Al Mahara with Michelin-starred Nathan Outlaw.
Staying at Burj al Arab in Dubai means you can take advantage of the spectacular added values offered by Jumeirah Hotels & Resorts. Make a splash with free Wild Wadi Waterpark access, which features complimentary buggy services to and from the resort. You’ll also receive access to the the pristine 2km private beach at Madinat Jumeirah. Throw in free WiFi at all Jumeirah hotels and it's easy to stay connected with all your friends and family back home.
Know before you go
Please note: A Tourism Dirham is in place in Dubai. As such, all guests staying at any hotel will be required to pay the amount of AED20 per night for a 5 star hotel, AED15 per night for a 4 star hotel and AED10 per night for a 3 star hotel. This will be collected by the hotel at time of check in/out.
Please note: Ramadan 2022 is from 2nd April - 1st May. Visitors to the Middle East during this time should be aware that opening times may vary and some restrictions may apply. Please speak to your Middle East specialist at Kenwood Travel for more information.
Please note: With the constant development of Dubai and Palm area, please be advised some construction work may be taking place around the city and beach areas.