Burj al Arab
In the shape of a spinnaker sail and surrounded by the Dubai coastline, the Burj Al Arab sits on its own private island connected to the mainland by a man-made bridge. It is arguably the most iconic building in Dubai and it has become a
symbol for the luxury and magnificence of this flourishing emirate. The hotel prides itself on its extreme exclusivity and privacy, only allowing guests of the hotel past the front entrance. A chauffeured Rolls Royce drives guests to the hotel, where the rooms are all duplex suites featuring dining and living room areas, a 24-hour butler, and the latest advanced technology that adjusts the lighting, air conditioning, and curtains at the switch of a button. There is a full service spa on the 18th floor with sweeping views of the Gulf.