The Burj Al Arab is located on Jumeirah Beach and is famous for its iconic design resembling a billowing sail which soars to a height of 321 metres. Even taller than the Eiffel Tower, the infamous Burj Al Arab sits on its own man-made island. There are two large swimming pools, a state-of-the-art gymnasium and guests have access to nearby Willd Wadi Water Park.
There are 202 spacious duplex suites, the smallest starting at a generous 170sq m. All offer breathtaking views of the ocean which is magnified by floor to ceiling windows, every modern comfort you would expect and all the latest technology.
There are two large swimming pools and a state-of-the-art gymnasium. Wild Wadi Water Park is nearby as are numerous world class golf courses.
Dining is taken very seriously with a choice of five restaurants. The Al Muntaha Mediterranean restaurant is reached by a panoramic express lift taking you 200 metres above the Arabian gulf, whilst the Nathan Outlaw at Al Mahara is the famous underwater seafood experience that can only be reached by a three-minute submarine voyage.