Burj Al Arab


The Burj Al Arab, also known as the Arab Tower in Arabic, is a luxurious hotel that can be found in Dubai, United Arab Emirates. [8] Despite having 39% of its total height made up of unusable space, it is one of the highest hotels in the world and is managed by the Jumeirah hotel company. Burj Al Arab is situated on a man-made island that is 280 meters (920 feet) away from Jumeirah Beach and is connected to the mainland by a narrow, private bridge. The building’s form is intended to imitate a ship’s sail. At a height of 210 meters (689 feet) above the earth, it features a helipad next to the roof.

Chicago Beach used to be the name of the beachfront region where the Burj Al Arab and Jumeirah Beach Hotel are situated. The hotel is situated 280 meters (920 feet) offshore from the previous Chicago Beach Hotel’s beach on a piece of reclaimed land. When the Burj Al Arab was being built, the previous hotel was destroyed. The Chicago Bridge & Iron Company, which formerly welded enormous floating oil storage tanks on the property and gave them the local name of Kazzans, is responsible for the derivation of the place’s name.

The price of a Burj Al-Arab room can range from INR 99,046 to INR 2,07,281 per night, depending on the room’s type and the extras you select.

The Burj al Arab is a private resort that is off-limits to visitors. But if you have a reservation for a meal at one of the restaurants, you can go. The least expensive way to see the Burj al Arab is at afternoon tea.

It is without a doubt the most well-known and stunning location in Dubai. ONLY the costs are too expensive, such as the 25 euros for a cup of coffee.

The cost of afternoon tea at Dubai’s Burj Al Arab’s Skyview Bar is around AED 650 (INR 12,300) per person. A window table with views of Dubai’s top attractions is available for an additional AED 100 (INR 1900) per person at the Burj Al Arab.

It is impossible for tourists to access the Hotel Burj Al Arab to take pictures. However, there are still a few lovely photo locations outside the property where you can capture the spectacular hotel.

Tennis players Andy Murray, Novak Djokovic, and Roger Federer have all stayed at the Burj Al Arab individually. Federer practises on the hotel’s helipad, which soars above the clouds. Abhishek Bachchan and Aishwarya Rai, two Bollywood celebrities, frequently stay at the hotel on their many holidays to Dubai.

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