Burj Al Arab Jumeirah – Dubai, United Arab Emirates
The distinctive sail-shaped silhouette of Burj Al Arab Jumeirah is more than just a stunning hotel, it is a symbol of modern Dubai.
Yet for all the wonder this stunning structure provides when you finally see it in person, it is the service within that really makes the Burj Al Arab Jumeirah so extraordinary.
Repeatedly voted the world’s most luxurious hotel, this magnificent destination offers you the finest service and experiences throughout – right down to an optional chauffeur-driven Rolls-Royce, helicopter trips from an iconic helipad, private beach access, luxury leisure on a breathtaking terrace with pools and cabanas as well as some of the world’s best dining venues, including the highly acclaimed Nathan Outlaw at Al Mahara.
Burj Al Arab Jumeirah suite-only accommodation offers discreet check-in within your suite, a private reception on every floor and a host of personal butlers, each a warm messenger of unparalleled hospitality.
In all the nine signature restaurants and bars, dining is about far more than food. Soak up the vibrant atmosphere in our elegant spaces, dotted through Burj Al Arab from the atrium all the way to the skyline. While each restaurant is unique, each shares the ability to create flavour combinations that linger in your mind long after the meal is over.
From authentic Arabic cuisine to Far East Asian and Modern European dishes, ingredients are from all around the globe to create a dining experience fit for the world’s most luxurious hotel.
Set in the stunning azure waters of the Arabian Gulf, discover the highly anticipated Burj Al Arab Terrace. Located at Dubai’s most iconic hotel, the terrace is a remarkable, one-of-a-kind restaurant, pool, beach and cabana space, offering hotel guests and Burj Al Arab members the finest Arabian hospitality.
A breakthrough combination of creative marine design, ingenious engineering and guest-friendly planning, the terrace was built offshore in Finland and transported to Dubai by sea. The private 10,000 square metre outdoor luxury leisure facility now seamlessly stretches 100 metres out into the sea and is home to Scape Restaurant & Bar, two stunning pools, dedicated butler-serviced cabanas, and a beach area with luxury day and sunbeds.
Perched 150 metres above the Arabian Gulf, Talise Spa is the ultimate destination to luxuriate, relax and rejuvenate. Each experience has been carefully crafted and exclusively developed using the world’s most luxurious products to leave you utterly pampered.
Bathed in natural light, this groundbreaking spa offers a sanctuary for guests to indulge in an extensive menu of pampering treatments – all designed to reinvigorate and restore. From facials and organic body wraps to Chakra balancing hot stone massage, each treatment uses the highest quality products and latest methods in personal care.
The spacious Talise Spa is housed over two levels, and boasts enough luxurious serenity to calm even the most hectic lifestyle. Leave the world behind and reconnect with your inner self in a space that inspires relaxation.
Jumeirah returns rehabilitated sea turtles back to the Arabian Gulf.
Find out more about Sea Turtle Rehabilitation at Burj Al Arab Jumeirah here.
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