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Prices from £2,949 per person based on 2 adults sharing a One Bedroom Deluxe Suite for 7 nights including daily breakfast, return economy class flights and private transfers.Valid for travel completed between 11 January and 08 May 2014 Enquire
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Prices from £4,605 per person based on 2 adults sharing a One Bedroom Deluxe Suite for 6 nights including breakfast, return economy class flights and private transfersValid for travel completed before 20 December 2013 Enquire
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Designed to look like the billowing sail of a dhow, the traditional Arab sailing ship, this is a truly iconic and instantly recognisable hotel – and arguably also Dubai’s most recognisable landmark.
Consistently voted the world's most luxurious hotels, it soars 321 metres into the clear blue sky from its man-made island. Superlatives abound here, and from the moment your helicopter or chauffeur-driven Rolls Royce delivers you to the opulence of the world's tallest atrium, with its gold-plated pillars rising heavenwards, you will know you have arrived somewhere very special indeed.
Dining comes with a choice of restaurants, including the signature Al Mahara where you can dine on exquisite seafood as you gaze into a floor-to-ceiling aquarium. Alternatively, 200 metres above sea level, the Al Muntaha presents you with mouth-watering cuisines accompanied by stunning views.
Suites are lavishly appointed with marble, gold and exquisite fabrics in abundance, all featuring floor-to-ceiling windows. The 18 Panoramic Suites offer particularly breathtaking views of the sea, due to their enviable location at the corner of the hotel. The luxury reaches its pinnacle in the opulent 780 square metre Royal Suite, complete with its own lift and home theatre.
Burj Al Arab boasts 202 suites of exceptional luxury, including one and two-bedroom suites and signature suites that are the epitome of opulence. Each guest floor has its own private reception desk with 24-hour butler service.
- 9 signature restaurants and bars
- Assawan Spa and Health Club offers two indoor infinity swimming pools and signature treatments, such as the Caviar Facial and Caviar Body La Prairie
- Unlimited access to the 12 acre Wild Wadi
- Sinbad's Kids' club
- Golf courses nearby
Jumeirah, 20 minutes transfer from Dubai International Airport.
Entertainment & Activities
With nine signature restaurants and bars, Burj Al Arab is an epicurean’s paradise. But you shouldn’t just expect phenomenal food at this luxury Dubai resort – a great deal of importance is also placed on the delivery of exceptional experiences. It comes as no surprise, therefore, that guests here can dine in the world’s tallest atrium or beside a stunning floor-to-ceiling aquarium. Savour everything from authentic Arabic cuisine to contemporary European fare in some of the most fantastic dining rooms in the world.
If you can’t make up your mind, then embark on a unique Culinary Flight. This indulgent experience showcases the best of Burj Al Arab's fantastic portfolio of restaurants and bars, course by course. Begin your journey 200 metres above sea level in the phenomenal Skyview Bar, and then proceed to sample sumptuous dishes at different restaurants throughout the resort.
Activities at Burj Al Arab are also plentiful. Splash around in the brilliant Wild Wadi Water Park, let your children have the time of their life at the Sinbad’s Kids’ Club, explore all that Dubai has to offer with a range of excursions, or simply lounge on a gorgeous beach.
Stay 5 nights bed & breakfast, based on 2 adults sharing a Deluxe Suite from £3,677 per person
Call us on 01244 355 550 or use our request a quote form online. Prices include flights and transfers unless otherwise stated. Prices are for guidance only and are subject to change.
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