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 colours, caters best for couples and older families.
Richly coloured interiors throughout with floor-to-ceiling windows offering 180 degree views.
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 metres
Take advantage of the complimentary access to Wild Wadi Waterpark, steps away from the Burj al Arab.
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.
When to visit
Propose to your other half by a Scuba Diver holding up a sign from the fish tank in the Al Mahara restaurant!
Designed to resemble a billowing sail, Burj Al Arab soars to a height of 321 metres, dominating the Dubai skyline. Burj Al Arab is located on Dubai’s Jumeirah Beach strip, 15 km from the main city centre and 25 km from Dubai International Airport. It is Dubai’s most recognisable landmark and stands 280 metres offshore on a man-made island, linked to the mainland by a slender, gently curving causeway.
7-hour direct flight to Dubai International Airport. The hotel is located 30-minutes from the Airport. It is well served by taxis and has its own fleet of chauffeur driven Rolls-Royces, BMWs, and a helicopter.
Atlantis Aquaventure Waterpark
Enjoy the exhilarating rides at Dubai's buzzing waterpark Aquaventure, located at the Atlantis The Palm hotel. A fun-filled outing for all the family with wild rides, a shark filled lagoon and attractions for all ages.
Brunch in Dubai
If in Dubai on a Friday, why not partake in the favourite past time of the local expat community and enjoy an ever-so-social Friday brunch. Take your time and enjoy free-flowing champagne and cocktails accompanied by a mouth-watering feast for the palate.
Desert Horse Riding Experience
Riders of all abilities are welcome at this equestrian centre in the desert, situated amongst the rolling sand dunes where you can visit the horses in the stables or take them out for a unique tour through the desert.
Desert Safari with BBQ Dinner
No trip to Dubai is complete without experiencing a desert safari. Embark upon an unparalleled adventure over the golden sand dunes in a 4x4 followed by a magical evening in a traditional Bedouin camp.
Dhow Cruise with Dinner
Enjoy a romantic dinner aboard a traditional Arabic Dhow while you take in the views of either the old city from the Dubai Creek or the modern cityscape from the Marina under a star lit sky.
Dine at the Burj Al Arab
Treat yourself to dinner at the iconic Burj Al Arab hotel in Dubai for an evening to remember. Choose from 9 unique restaurants and bars serving a range of cuisines from authentic Arabic to Far East Asian and modern European.
Dinner at Armani/Hashi
Enjoy dinner at Armani/Hashi, the Armani Hotel Dubai's exquisite and contemporary Japanese restaurant offering an innovative interpretation of traditional Japanese cuisine.
Dubai Historic Discovery
Although a relatively new city, Dubai enjoys a rich heritage with a history that goes as far back as the Bronze Age. Take a journey back in time and explore the fascinating roots of this unique country.
Dubai Rugby Sevens
The well-established annual Emirates Airline Dubai Rugby Sevens, hosted in a purpose-built stadium on the outskirts of Dubai, is a thrilling and action-packed three days attracting rugby fans from around the world.
Dune Buggy Adventure
Perfect for adrenalin seekers, this excursion will allow you to experience the thrill of a wild ride in the golden sand dunes of the open desert in a powerful dune buggy.
Hot Air Balloon Flight at Sunrise
Experience an unforgettable sunrise over the desert dunes whilst you soar over the golden sands in a hot air balloon.
Learn to Play Polo in Dubai
Offering the perfect introduction to the world's oldest and fastest team game, a polo lesson at Dubai's Polo Academy is a great opportunity to learn the rules and the key skills of the game, riding and hitting.
Enjoy a magical night away from the busy city life of Dubai under the star-lit skies and surrounded by the golden sands of the Arabian desert.
Cruise around this manmade wonder which is not only an architectural feat but also home to some of the most opulent houses and hotels in the country.
Seaplane Flight over Dubai
Enjoy a magical seaplane flight over Dubai and take in the architectural wonders of this ultra-modern city from the sky.
Visit the Burj Khalifa
Venture to the top of the tallest structure in the world and enjoy the incredible unobstructed 360 degree views over Dubai from the open observation deck 'At the Top'.
Wild Wadi Waterpark
The perfect place to cool off from the Dubai sunshine, Wild Wadi Waterpark is located in front of the stunning Burj Al Arab and offers 30 rides and attractions for all the family, all designed around Arabian folklore.
WOW Dubai Tour
Take in the iconic sights and sounds of the vibrant city of Dubai on this luxury tour incorporating shopping, sailing, culture and panoramic views.