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dubai property blog BURJ AL ARAB : WHERE LUXURY IS A COSTLY THING Ever thought of any way to expend all the cash you earn in a whole year in just one night? If yes, I bet this is a better methodway than all your other alternatives, and if you did not consider all this ever before, then stick to this way. The best way to spend your hard made money in a night and get some fantastic memories for your entire life (only if can afford to do so) is booking yourself a room in Burj Al Arab. Choose the room from your range of $1000 to $15000 for a night, yes it's the exact charge and I am not exaggerating. And if you are one of the rich investment bankers or flourishing businessmen then the Royal Suite should be your option for only $28000 a night. All the sarcasm and humor left aside, Burj Al Arab is truly a dream hotel to be in and enjoy the incredible warmth and luxuries, however costly the affair is. Burj Al Arab is the only 7 star hotel among the tallest hotels in the world. The luxuries provided here are best in the business. It is the delight of Dubai, and it is the answer to the world on how robust a tourism based economy it is. Situated on an man made island 280 meters offshore, the 321 meter tall hotel is an architectural masterpiece. Designed to look like the sail of a ship, the hotel is a mixture of the world's advanced technologies and luxuries in one address. It includes services like, pick-up from airport in any of the many chauffeured Rolls Royce which the hotel owns for its boarders pleasure. But for people, who wish to spend approximately the price of a luxury sedan for staying in the hotel for a night, they would not be moved by the road service however luxurious that is. So for them there is a helipad on the roof exterior to the construction of the hotel that adds fancy to its structure. The helipad is for air pick-up for its visitors from airport to the hotel. Despite such great height, the hotel has only 28 double storied floors and accommodates around 202 bedrooms. The sole reason for this is, not to compromise with the luxury and hospitality of its high paying customers. The hotel swanks of the best designs and services offered in the rooms and suites. The rooms show colors of gold and some rich wealth persists in them, leaving aside some of the designing horrors which includes mirror on ceiling the hotel has ensured that on your stay there you get to learn much about the Arab culture and enjoy its luxuries to the fullest. Setting aside criticism and disputes over its seven star rating and the structure resembling a Christian cross the structure is in a true sense a representation of Dubai's desires and its reflection of an promising economic superpower and yet a traditional city to its very core. The interior of the hotel is designed to echo the architecture of the medieval period and to some level let us all enjoy the luxuries and leisures of being a Sheikh when we have a stay there. Today, the Burj Al Arab stands tall and boasts of so much luxury and tradition to the whole world, but this hotel was not that easy to make, it required a lot of engineering advances and breakthroughs to take place. As the hotel stands on an artificial island, it took a lot of concrete loads to be driven into sand. The engineers managed to form a ground layer of large solid rocks, which in turn circled with a concrete honeycomb pattern, which ultimately protects the surface from erosion to water. It actually took more time to reclaim the land than actually constructing the hotel itself.


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