You won’t be disappointed as Dubai has more than 550 hotels in Dubai in September, 2010- an increase of 7% from the year 2009. Dubai is well-known for their extraordinary luxury hotels that spoil their guests with refined international “food”, extra-ordinary facilities, and tony rooms.
You may come across countless “biggest” and “best” luxury hotels, but no other place offers the result like Dubai. With high-massive skyscrapers, huge artificial islands, and world-class luxury hotels which has the capacity for seven-star status, Dubai have really redefined the word “luxury”.
Burj Al Arab – Hotels in Dubai
At first glance, the Burj Al Arab looks what it is – an unusual design built to look like a huge sail billowing over 1,000 feet into the sky. As the darkness closes down on Dubai, the hotel’s exterior is rinsed with a dazzling white glow of lights. The interior of the hotel, likewise, is equally striking with 2-floor luxurious suites. The Royal Suite is the most lavish – with gigantic 4-poster bed that rotates on a pedestal, and a marble and golden staircase. To assist you with your requests, at each floor, the hotel has their own team of staffs (reception and butlers). Whether it’s a town tour on a chauffeured Rolls Royce, or seafood feast of Caspian caviar,grilled Atlantic lobster, and the Tasmanian salmon along with foie gras at the on-site small restaurant, Mahara.