|Burj Al Arab in Dubai, the United Arab Emirates
Burj al-Arab is the most luxurious hotel in the world. Burj al-Arab is 322 m high, being the second largest building, which is used exclusively as a hotel. Ryugyong Hotel in North Korea holds the record though. Burj al-Arab, or 'Arab Tower "is a symbol of Dubai. It is built on an artificial island and its foundations are moored 45 m below the seabed. It has 60 floors and 18 elevators. Burj al-Arab hotel has 202 suites. The 202 suites, all with two levels, feature bay windows offering breathtaking views of the Persian G...
|Intercontinental Dubai-Festival City
Located on the Dubai Creek and with stunning views in all directions, the InterContinental Dubai Festival City is set to a new city landmark. At 36-storeys high, the InterContinental Dubai Festival City property will boast 498 beautifully appointed rooms including 121 suites, three Presidential Suites and one Royal Suite. All rooms have a choice of views including the Dubai Creek, Festival Marina or the world-class shopping. InterContinental Dubai Festival City is located just five minutes by taxi (2 km) from Dubai International Airport, rig...
|The Ritz-Carlton, Dubai
Ritz Carlton Dubai has a restrained elegance and comfort somtuos with fine furnishings, luxurious bathrooms with marble and decorated. 138 rooms of which: 87 Deluxe rooms, 38 club, 13 suites, 350 meters of beach bordered by gardens and swimming pools, children's pool, spa, fitness center, facility for children (club, playground), sea sports facility , wine cellar....