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Things to do in Burj Al Arab 

Things to do in Burj Al Arab

A quite a number of blogs usually talk about seeing the Burj al Arab from the outside view and doing some activities near to it like yacht tours and beaches. Most of you also know the Skyview bar on the top of Burj al Arab. In this blog I thought of bringing some things to do in Burj al Arab to your attention in means of rooms, restaurants and other activities

Stay at Burj al Arab

It’s quite expensive as there are only suites in grand size with luxury along with the best views of the city. Gold is the main interiors to be seen over here. From the luxury airport pick up via Rolls Royce, to the VIP services and also a private butler for you is available round the clock. Just try saying you are staying at the Burj al Arab and see how the people will react. So imagine what the experience will be like when you really stay over here. Rooms range from different rates but usually start from above 10,000 AED per night.

The Lobby

The lobby is the main attraction here. No matter you are an outside guest or an in-house guest at the Burj al Arab, you are greeted in such manner that you will be flaunted. The lobby is so picturesque and I was lost with words to explain my feeling when I stood in the lobby of Burj al Arab. If you booked a room here you will be welcomed from the airport via the lobby in great Arabian style. Feel being a real VIP only in Burj al Arab.

Restaurants in Burj al Arab

Usually all restaurants in Burj al Arab advises to be in smart casuals with closed shoes. They are very strict on dress code policy.

Al Mahara – The sea food restaurant which is surround with 360 degrees with the aquarium view (Located on First Floor)

Al Iwan – Arabic Buffet restaurant in Royal Arabic style (Located on First Floor)

Al Muntaha – Enjoy a Modern French A la Carte with the best view from the top (Located on 27th Floor)

Scape Restaurant and bar – Famous for Signature cocktails and mocktails (Located on Burj al Arab Terrace)

Gold on 27 – A bar lounge with gold everywhere from the ceiling to the chairs (Located on 27th Floor)

Bab al Yam – European cuisine for a reasonable price in a relaxing atmosphere (Located on Ground Floor)

Junsui – Serving Far East Asian buffet and famous for Japanese, Korean, Thai, Indonesian and Chinese dishes (Located on Mezzanine Ground Floor)

Sahn Eddar – Best for an afternoon tea with Arabian delights (Located on First Floor)

Skyview Bar – The famous restaurant to enjoy Burj al Arab in style with afternoon tea (Located on 27th Floor)

Culinary Flight Program

This is a unique program where you will taste in all the restaurants of Burj al Arab from Ground floor until the 27th Floor.

Cabanas

Book a Cabana overlooking the Burj al Arab terrace, Palm Jumeirah and Dubai skyline starting form 2000 AED above.

Talise Spa at Burj al Arab

Experience the luxury spa in great lifestyle. This spa experience is honestly only once in a lifetime feeling

Turtle Rehabilitation

Get to know and educate yourselves and see the wonderful life of turtles

Wild Wadi Waterpark

Experience the thrilled waterpark in Dubai which is free for in-house guests and outside guests can have a wonderful time here for around 250 AED per person

Shopping

Find the prestigious luxury brands in the hotel atrium itself from designer wear, to jewellery to the best for your home.

Luxury Events

Host a grand event in luxury style in the ballrooms, terrace, garden and beaches of Burj al Arab. Make your special day like your wedding, birthdays and anniversaries here and take it to the next level.

Yoga

Throughout the year Burj al Arab conducts Yoga sessions. Please watch out their calendar for event updates.

Helipad and Tennis Court

The Tennis court cannot be rented by anyone unless you are a celebrity.  But the helipad and Tennis court can be witnessed by your eyes if you plan to arrive to Burj al Arab via the helicopter. Plan to arrive to host your wedding or stay over via a heli transfer and drop in Burj al Arab and then it’s all yours.

I hope I had given all of you an outline of the things you can do in Burj al Arab. Try your best for a stay over here. Gulf countries (GCC) residents and UAE residents have discounted prices for rooms, so grab the offers. If you are on a holiday, try at least to experience one of the above at least a visit to the skyview bar. This is the real life of the Arab Kings, Queens, Princes, Princesses and their families.

Carol Neilon

Our living exposure here has helped us to gather up-to-date knowledge of happenings in UAE and we've guided many visitors for memorable holidays.