Where is the Burj Al Arab?

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Burj Al Arab website

Burj Al Arab is located in the Emirate of Dubai in the United Arab Emirates on an industrial island in the Arabian Gulf, and it is considered one of the luxurious buildings that the country witnessed in the late twentieth century and early twenty-first century, specifically in 1999 AD, and it is classified as one of the most luxurious and most expensive hotels in the world, and it occupies Third rank among the world’s hotels.

Burj Al Arab specifications

The height of the third Burj Al Arab hotel to the world is 320.9544 meters, 39% of this height is not occupied due to the unique design of the tower in the form of a ship, and the tower overlooks the beach of Jubayrah at a distance of 280.41 m, and contains 202 smaller hotel rooms of 169.0835 square meters in terms of The area, the largest of which is the royal suite, which is considered one of the most expensive hotels in the world for 24,000 dollars per night, and there is an arch bridge outside which guests and visitors enter.

Residence in Burj Al Arab

Burj Al Arab is classified as a five-star hotel, and it is universally immortal as one of the only seven-star hotels in the world because of its fame, as it overlooks invaluable views, such as: the sea, the Palm Islands, and Burj Khalifa, in addition to that it contains five bathrooms Swimming, and nine hotels that offer Arabic, Asian and European dishes from what they desire, a helicopter helipad for emergency situations, in addition to providing Rolls-Royce car services upon call, a special product with lots of relaxation, and a private beach.
Staying in Burj Al Arab requires compliance with the hotel policy, which provides for the provision of a valid original ID card or UAE or Gulf national identity, including children, and despite the presence of a heliport in the hotel, it is considered a no-fly zone around the drone according to law Civil aviation in the emirate of Dubai, therefore it is forbidden to use drones around the hotel except when obtaining permission from Dubai Civil Aviation.


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