Burj Al Arab


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Set on a private man-made island that’s linked to the mainland by a gently curving causeway is the spectacular 321 metre high Burj Al Arab. Designed to represent the billowing sail of an Arabian dhow, this extravagant all suite hotel is a landmark of the Dubai skyline and hailed as a global icon of Arabian luxury. Each sumptuous suite occupies two levels and is lavishly appointed with floor-to-ceiling windows providing breathtaking views while world-class butlers deliver impeccable personal service. Bask in the sun at the hotel’s amazing infinity pool on The Terrace, which also has a restaurant, beach area and exclusive cabanas; get nourishment for your mind, body and soul at the incredible Talise Spa; and look forward to pure culinary artistry at a variety of award-winning restaurants.


  • 202 suites
  • 11 restaurants & bars
  • 5 swimming pools
  • private beach
  • fitness centre
  • Talise Spa
  • access to Summersalt Beach Club at nearby Jumeirah Al Naseem (Madinat Jumeirah)
  • watersports available at Jumeirah Beach Hotel
  • Sinbad's Kids' Club (1-12 years)
  • helipad
  • free WiFi


In duplex deluxe marina suites with bath/jacuzzi and separate shower, living room, iMac, mini bar, safe, butler service and floor-to-ceiling windows.

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Deluxe palm suites with views over the Palm Jumeirah * upper floor sky marina suites or sky palm suites * larger panoramic suites * deluxe two bedroom ocean view suites




25 minutes from Dubai airport.

  • Travel included
  • Breakfast

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