Burj Al Arab – Tallest Hotel In World
It is the tallest building in the hotel operation in the world.
All 202 rooms are suites with two floors, ranging in size from 170 square meters (1830 square feet) to 780 square meters (8396 square feet).
The atrium is 180 meters high, one of the largest in the world.
Al Muntaha restaurant is located 200 meters above the Persian Gulf, offering stunning views of Dubai. It is accessed by a panoramic elevator.
The hotel has a total of eight restaurants and bars.
The building’s design is influenced by the profile of an Arab sailboat.
Outdoor lighting systems of the building, the white light of a multicolored, changing from one to the other every 30 minutes expressing the progress of the evening.
Burj Al Arab is the tallest structure in the world with a facade of the membrane.
At 24 meters (79 feet) wide projects Heliport building 210 meters above the ground.
“Burj” is Arabic for “Tower”.

The Burj Al Arab is often voted one of the top luxury hotels worldwide. The hotel is world famous and is one of the most recognizable in Dubai making it a popular tourist destination tour monuments. The opulent, unique Burj Al Arab is officially classified as a five-star luxury hotel on the other side, but often it is regarded as the only seven-star hotel in the world.

Translated from “Tower with the Arabs in Arabic, the construction of the Burj Al Arab began in 1994. The hotel was built to resemble the sail of dhow, a type of Arabian vessel. The hotel is one of the biggest hotels in the world but regardless of its size, the hotel retains only 28 floors to two floors 202 suites welcome a bedroom. All rooms have a floor of your windows with stunning views of the Gulf Persian. Higher floors have a beautiful view of the man-made “islands in the world” and “Palm Island in Dubai.”

This magnificent hotel includes upscale amenities such as features:
– Offices reception on almost all floors
– A Rolls Royce Fleet
– Butlers on call around the clock
– Rain showers and Jacuzzis in every suite
– Private Heliport

The Burj Al Arab is located on the banks of the beautiful Jumeirah Beach. Nearby is the popular Dubai Marina and Souk Madinat, a place within Arab market colorful and vibrant provide research experience and special eating practice. There are several popular shopping centers, including near Dubai Mall (the largest mall worlds), Mall of Emirates and Ibn Battuta. The hotel is located about fifteen miles from the Dubai airport.

The Burj Al Arab certainly offers some experience of life for those who remain, however, for those who can not bear to pay the heavy price of rooms, there are other ways to get experience Burj AL Arab. Treat yourself to a sumptuous afternoon tea in the Skyview Bar or dine in one of the hotels six award-winning restaurants.

Despite its size, the Burj Al Arab holds only 28 double-story floors which accommodate 202 bedroom suites one.
The smallest suite hotel Burj al Arab occupies an area of ​​169 square meters (1819 square feet), covers more than 780 square meters (8396 square feet).

Burj Al Arab is one of the most expensive hotels in the world to stay in. The cost of staying in a suite begins at $ 1,000 per night and an increase of more than $ 15,000 per night Royal Suite is the most expensive, at $ 28,000 per night.

The hotel rests on an artificial island constructed 280 meters offshore. To ensure a foundation, the builders drove 230 40-meter long concrete piles into the sand. The foundation is held in place not by bedrock, but by the friction of sand and silt along the length of the piles.

It took three years to reclaim the land from the sea and less than three years to construct the building itself.

The building contains over 70,000 cubic meters of concrete and 9,000 tons of steel.

The total cost for the construction of the hotel was $ 650 million.

It is the tallest structure in the world with a facade of the membrane and the tallest hotel in the world (not including buildings with mixed use) and was the first 5-star hotel to exceed 1000 feet (305 m) high.

Burj al Arab has a 24 meter (79 feet) of heliport is located 210 meters above the ground width.

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