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January 10, 2018updated May 12, 2020

Burj Al Arab, Dubai, UAE

By Will Grice

Needing little introduction, the Burj Al Arab is known the world over for its inconceivably grand design and top-notch amenities. An absolute riot of color, pattern and overt lavishness, the hotel’s bold decor is not for minimalists. Often voted as the most luxurious hotel in the world (and a regular in Elite Traveler’s Top Hotels and Top Suites lists), it has a helipad, Rolls-Royce transfers, private beach, five swimming pools, nine restaurants and bars, and over 200 gorgeous duplex suites. There’s also the highest staff-to-suite ratio in the world (8:1), so your every need is more than taken care of.

Top suite: Royal Two-bedroom Suite from $9,000 per night

Deep-sea dine: Feast on hand-dived scallops, fisherman’s stew or Scottish langoustines as you watch marine life swim by in the floor-to-ceiling aquarium at the acclaimed restaurant, Nathan Outlaw at Al Mahara.

Contact: Anthony Costa, regional vice president Jumeirah Group and general manager of Burj Al Arab, baainfo@jumeirah.com, +971 430 177 77, burjalarab.com

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