Burj Al Arab
Jumeirah Beach, Dubai
based on 7 nights
per person for 7 nights, based on 2 people sharing a Deluxe Suite, on a bed and breakfast basis, including transfers.
At a Glance
Six award-winning signature restaurants
The gold furniture and fittings are original 22 carat gold leaf
The Al Mahara restaurant is an underwater-themed restaurant featuring a huge aquarium surrounding the dining areas
Dominating the Dubai skyline, Burj Al Arab soars to a height of 321 meters
Burj Al Arab guests can enjoy unlimited access to Wild Wadi Waterpark which is accessible via a complimentary buggy drive or short walk
Best time to Visit
Good time to visit
Average time to visit
The best time to visit the UAE is between October and November and then February and March, when temperatures hang around the mid-20s and the humidity is under control. While December and January are generally considered the best months to go, the weather over the last couple of ‘winters’ has been unpredictable with occasional cloud and rain.
The month of Ramadan means hotel rates are heavily discounted, but while outside the resort, Ramadan is strictly adhered to, within the resorts you will notice very little difference.
High summer (July and August) means heavy discounted hotels it’s a great option for a cheap getaway but it will be very very hot and very very humid!
Call us on 858 523 9000 to start planning your vacation to Burj Al Arab
This visually spectacular hotel dominates the Dubai coastline and offers an opulent, luxurious experience. This sophisticated and exclusive hotel, decorated with lavish textures and wild, exuberant colors, caters best for couples and older families.
The Burj Al Arab is located off the coastline from Jumeirah Beach, the hotel is connected to the mainland by a private curving bridge. This hotel offers only Suites which are spacious and provide incredible views through the floor to ceiling windows. There is a wide variety of restaurants within the hotel each serving cuisines from all over the world cooked by Michelin Star trained chefs.
With the spa on the 18th floor it is definitely worth a visit for some pampering and rejuvenation. The Health Club also offers two fully equipped gyms, two infinity pools, a sauna, steam room, cold plunge pool, two solariums and a squash court.
Children are well looked after and the Sinbad’s Kids Club offers excellent facilities. Your children will also be granted complimentary access to Sinbad’s Kids Club at the Jumeirah Beach Hotel, which offers a wide range of outdoor activities.
Activities in and around the hotel include watersports which are available at the Jumeirah Beach Hotel, golf on one of the world class golf courses, shopping and the Wild Wadi Water Park.
The Burj Al Arab offers 202 Suites each arranged over two floors, varying in sizes. Suites feature a living room with large lounge area, dining table, small lounge, guest washroom, an office, and bedrooms with a king size bed and adjoining luxury bathroom and dressing room. Some have Jacuzzis and their own kitchen with a separate butler entrance. Opulent amenities as standard for all suites include 21-inch iMac, remote controlled environment including curtains, TV, in-suite music and lights and an exclusive 24-carat gold iPad for use as a "virtual concierge".
|Deluxe One Bedroom Suite||
Deluxe One Bedroom Suites are 170m² and feature a handsome spiral staircase separating the entertainment and living spaces. Areas include a dining room; bar area; dressing room and an open bathroom with Jacuzzi and separate rain shower. Deluxe One Bedroom Suites have panoramic views of the Arabian Gulf and are available with either a King or Twin Beds.
|Panoramic One Bedroom Suite||
The Panoramic One Bedroom Suites are 225 - 315m² and offer a sweeping city and sea view from the floor to ceiling windows. The generous living area is ideal for entertaining, featuring seating for ten people as well as an elegant dining table.
|Deluxe Two Bedroom Suite||
The Deluxe Two Bedroom Suites are 335m² and provide extra generous space that is perfect for families; it features two sea-view lounges and additional benefits include a private butler service, an equipped kitchen and a spacious open bathroom, including Jacuzzi and separate rain shower.
|Diplomatic Three Bedroom Suite||
The Diplomatic Three Bedroom Suites are 670m² and have additional, lavish, practically appointed space, enjoying a prime position on the hotel's higher levels. Featuring three living areas and a pre-function area, a dedicated study area and a separate dining room that can host up to seven guests.
Children are welcome at the Burj Al Arab. The Sinbad’s Kids' Club is located on the 18th floor of the hotel and is staffed at all times by professional carers. The service is offered exclusive to in-house guests and Spa Members on a complimentary basis and caters for children aged between 1–12 years of age. Facilities include a spacious playroom with soft toys, board games, bean bags, a large plasma screen featuring children's TV channels, computer games, books and drawing equipment. There is also a cosy quiet bedroom with a soft bed and a baby cot, should one of the younger guests feel tired. Private dining is provided with a menu of delicious and nutritious cuisine. In addition, all our younger guests are granted complimentary access to Sinbad’s Kids' Club at Jumeirah Beach Hotel, which offers a wide choice of outdoor activities.
Services at the hotel include the Concierge and babysitting. The level of service throughout the hotel is particularly noteworthy and probably unmatched anywhere in the world. The hotel also offers airport transfers by helicopter or by Rolls Royce Phantom at an additional charge.
Facilities at the hotel include the Health Club which features two fully equipped wellness gyms, two infinity pools, two changing room facilities offering sauna, steam and cold plunge pool, showers, change and grooming facilities, 2 solarium, squash court for complimentary hire to all guests and members, yoga and fitness studio overlooking Palm Jumeirah. Additionally there are two exclusive boutiques that offer beauty and wellness products, the Diwania Library with books, albums, a snooker table and bar, Assawan Amphitheater offers fresh juices and light gourmet fare, a hair salon with separate lounges for ladies and gentlemen, the Sinbad’s Kids Club and numerous restaurants. Tennis courts and a full range of watersports are all available from the Jumeirah Beach Hotel.
The hotel offers complimentary tennis, gym use, swimming, windsurfing and snorkeling. Spa treatments, motorized water sports, diving and golf are all charged additionally. Other activities include desert safaris, birdwatching, city sightseeing and visits to museums, heritage villages, the Dubai Creek waterfront, the Gold Souk and art galleries.
Rachael Tickell (Staff)
Eccentric, flamboyant and totally over the top - the Burj is one of a kind, and an iconic building on Dubai's skyline. It certainly has the wow factor, with its bright multi-colored rooms and gold laced decor, there is a feeling of grandeur about the rooms. I'm not sure it is for everyone, however it is certainly worth heading up to the sky bar even if its just for a drink - the views over Dubai are exceptional.
Kirsty Harper (Staff)
From the moment you walk into the Burj Al Arab you know you are in a unique setting, from the bold colors, attention to detail and gold! This is definitely one to tick off your list and an experience!
Katie May (Staff)
The Burj Al Arab is decadence at it's best. Enormous one and two bedroom suites with floor to ceiling windows offer unrivalled views of the city. Service is second to none with teams of butlers dedicated to each floor of suites. A must do on anyone's bucket list.
Marina Voak (Staff)
This must rank as one of the most unique hotels anywhere! From when you enter the huge atrium, ascend on the escalator to the main lobby and are surrounded by every possible color scheme, it can come across as gaudy, but has a fascination with it as well! The VIP service is impeccable and I would recommend it as an experience to stay here for a night or two!
Clare Monro (Staff)
The Burj Al Arab really has the wow factor! It boasts the highest hotel atrium in the world so look up when you enter! The style is very unique - the suites are opulent with rich, luxurious fabrics and all of them are duplex so you have plenty of space. The service is absolutely outstanding, with a desk manned by a butler on every occupied floor. They treat all of their guests as VIPs, so you really feel the attention to detail. If you are looking for the last word in luxury, look no further than the Burj Al Arab.
Elizabeth Bray (Staff)
Burj al Arab is the most Dubai of the Dubai hotels and pretty funny, Flamboyant, Bling and over the top too! Should you like to experience Dubai in an extreme fashion and have some amazing and colorful photos and memories too, even for 2 or 3 days then this is the hotel to stay at or at least visit during your stay in Dubai to see the unique and perhaps slightly tacky in some peoples eyes, but definitely a place to visit in your lifetime to make you smile!
As you walk through the door to be greeted with a line-up of 5 or 6 staff (An Arabic welcome) you will see a concierge and reception desk either side in a semi-circle rainbow of Gold, escalator with fish tank on one side, inside water fountain, and an atrium 321 meters high with bedrooms surrounding this all around!
Dinner or drinks in the Sky Bar or perhaps the Seafood Restaurant with the huge fish tank as dcor is a real must and I recommend you book in advance or you may be disappointed when you arrive and they are full. I heard of many a proposal happening with a Diver going in the tank and holding up a board of will you marry me? lets just hope he gets the correct table!!
Dominic Atterton (Staff)
There is something unmistakably likeable about the Burj. From the moment you walk through the doors and take the escalator up into the cast atrium stretching the full length of the sale shape building you cant help but smile. Then you notice the garish dcor, carpets, shops selling gold ipad covers and gaudy restaurants yet still it feel very serene and calm because of the height and brightness within. I forgot to mention the multi colored fountain that shoots water 40 foot into the air once every hour Rooms are all suites with floor to ceiling windows all looking out over the Arabian Gulf stretching out below. I cant say I was a fan of the dcor but I think thats almost the point. There is the Sky Bar and its restaurant Al Mutara suspended out from the main building on the top of the tower which are a must visit and also the basement seafood restaurant and its giant fish tank which I found a little disconcerting! Would I spend a week at the Burj? No, but I think everyone should go and spend a couple of nights there before moving on to somewhere a little more sane.
Sophie Jones (Staff)
This is a real WOW experience! With plenty of gold plated surfaces and bright colored carpets in the entrance lobby of the hotel there is no way that this hotel will not have a spectacular first impression for guests. The Burj Al Arab is over the top in every single way but a fantastic place to stay at the same time, especially if you are looking for something different. The hotel has been built on a small island of reclaimed land not far from the Main Beach, therefore the views from all the suites are spectacular, whether your Suite is city or sea facing. If you are enjoying a stop off of a couple of nights in Dubai, I would highly recommend the Burj; its not cheap though.
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|Book from||11 September 2018 to 31 October 2018|
27 December 2018 to 04 January 2019
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|Book from||07 June 2018 to 13 January 2020|
14 January 2019 to 13 January 2020
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Location & directions
Jumeirah Beach, Dubai
Designed to resemble a billowing sail, Burj Al Arab soars to a height of 321 meters, dominating the Dubai skyline. Burj Al Arab is located on Dubai’s Jumeirah Beach strip, 15 km from the main city center and 25 km from Dubai International Airport. It is Dubai’s most recognisable landmark and stands 280 meters offshore on a man-made island, linked to the mainland by a slender, gently curving causeway.