Book guided inside country Burj Al Arab Tour with Go Kite and Explore the inside of Dubai’s most iconic building and hotel. Curious about the interior design of the world’s most valuable hotel? However, your Inside Burj Al Arab ticket allows you to experience it without having to spend money on a hotel stay. Pass through the world’s largest atrium and make your way to the luxurious (and one of the most expensive) ever Royal Suite to see some of the hotel’s most captivating and majestic sections. Aside from plenty of exciting photo opportunities, this 90-minute tour also includes the Experience Suite and UMA Lounge.
The tour begins at the Inside Burj Al Arab ticketing lounge (at Jumeirah Beach Hotel). Take a buggy to the hotel via the bridge road that connects the main road to the private island (where the hotel is majestically placed). There will be quick stops along the way to allow you to return with some incredible photos of this magnificent structure.
When you arrive at the hotel, your Emirati host will greet you with rose water and hand towels in the traditional manner. You will learn about never-before-told fascinating stories about this framework, such as the insightful vision of Dubai’s ruler that led to the creation of this internationally renowned hotel two decades ago. The vibrantly colored lobby will be your next stop, followed by the tallest-of-its-kind cavernous atrium, which features stunning water elements enriched by a burst of pleasing colours.
Prepare to be blown away as the doors to the imposing Royal Suite are opened for you after a panoramic glass elevator ride to the 25th floor. It is a true residential masterpiece, with each of its rooms, bathrooms, amenities, and so on meticulously designed with the most expensive and finest materials. Feel the zenith of lavishness as you see ‘his’ and ‘hers’ suites, sit on the rotating bed in the master bedroom, and enter the bath area, which features rich marble tubs and 24-carat gold tiles.
As you enter the Experience Suite, you will be transported back in time. It gives you a glimpse into how the brilliant architect (Tom Wright) and creative designer (Khuan Chew) breathe life into this magnificent structure through cool digital interactives and real architectural sketches. Aside from Arabic coffee and dates, you can participate in an immersive dining experience and view the hall of memorabilia, which includes David Coulthard’s F1 car, Olympic gold, and other items. The tour concludes at the spectacular UMA lounge, where you can relax while admiring the exuberant waters of the Arabian Gulf.
At the point when you show up at Burj Al Arab, your Emirati host will welcome you with rose water and hand towels in the customary way. You won’t find out about ever before-recounted this system, for example, the savvy vision of Dubai’s ruler that prompted the production of this universally eminent hotel twenty years prior. The energetically hued entryway will be your next stop, trailed by the tallest-of-its-sort huge chamber, which highlights dazzling water components improved by an explosion of satisfying tones.
Plan to be blown away as the ways to the overwhelming Royal Suite are opened for you after an all encompassing glass lift ride to the 25th floor. It is a genuine private work of art, with every one of its rooms, washrooms, conveniences, etc fastidiously planned with the most costly and best materials. Feel the apex of luxuriousness as you see ‘his’ and ‘hers’ suites, sit on the pivoting bed in the main room, and enter the shower region, which highlights rich marble tubs and 24-carat gold tiles.