Sail in the Arabian by Burj Al Arab

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Guests move into the legendary Arabian Gulf by sailing through the 321 meters high Burj Al Arab which is built in a sail shape, where the ethnic Arabian hospitality is ready to welcome its guests into the world of Arabian wonders. The unique architectural design of this elevated building resembling a billowing sail is the iconic landmark in this idyllic setting where the Arabian spirit is enhanced by the cool breeze of the Arabian Sea. There are two spanning floors of this sky touching building of Dubai which house 202 highly decorated lavish suites to pamper guests with uncompromising comfort in an environment which offers the highest standard of life. The havens range from standard to spacious starting from 170m2 to 780m2. All these accommodations allow the guests to enjoy the breathtaking beauty of the Arabian Sea through the beautiful Arabian Gulf.

Via www.burj-al-arab.com

Posted by Bhavesh Bhatia on September 01, 2011 in Travel

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