Burj Al Arab Jumeirah travel42 Professional Hotel Review
This place remains one of the most iconic hotels on the planet thanks to the sheer drama of its architecture, designed to mimic a billowing dhow sail. The 321-m tower stands on its own artificial island, connected to the shore by a bridge.
Uniformed staff meet arrivals at the airport and drive them to the hotel in a Rolls-Royce or Mercedes sedan. Some guests prefer to be transported by helicopter and are met and greeted at the dedicated rooftop landing pad. There is no reception desk; guests ...
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