Royal Suite at Burj Al Arab, Dubai


Dubai is a city known for opulence and luxurious living, so it isn’t surprising that one of the best hotel rooms in Dubai is included in our list of most expensive vacation spots.

The Royal Suite at Burj Al Arab captures the rich colors, textures, culture and vibe of Dubai. The building is 5-minute walk away from Wild Wadi Water Park and 4 km from Mall of the Emirates. The two-floor suite is located at the top-most part of the 5-star, sail-shaped hotel Burj Al Arab and offers spectacular, uninterrupted views over the Arabian Gulf.

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The Royal Suite

Guests who stay at the Royal Suite are picked up from the airport in a Rolls Royer, or transported by helicopter (if you request it). Upon reaching the hotel, your assigned butler will lead you to your personal in suite elevator, which you will be using exclusively going up and down from your suite.

From the carpet to the beams, intricate furniture, lighting, and color scheme, you’ll definitely feel you’re in Dubai. The 780-square-meter Royal Suite at Burj Al Arab greets guests with a dramatic entry way and golden staircase.

On the first floor, you can lounge on the massive living room, or pig out at the kitchen or dining area. Upstairs, you’ll find two bedrooms, each with king-sized beds and only the best Eiderdown duvets and Egyptian cotton linen. Guests can even choose from 17 types of pillows and ask to personalize the bed to suit your specific posture preferences.

Each bedroom also has a crazy-huge bathroom with full-sized Jacuzzis, as well as his and hers Hermes toiletries. The Royal Suite at Burj Al Arab also boasts of a private cinema with 42-inch and 32-inch widescreen interactive HD TVs. Guests are given a 24-carat gold iPad for use throughout their stay, as well as complimentary Wi-Fi and tickets to Wild Wadi Waterpark and Sinbads Kids club.

4 Most Expensive Vacation Spots in the World - Royal Suite at Burj Al Arab, Dubai

How Much?

If you have $20,000 to spare for a night at the Royal Suite at Burj Al Arab, it’s a once-in-a-lifetime type of experience that you could try. The fee includes service from an army of butlers available 24/7, full access to Burj Al Arab’s Talise Spa, daily breakfast buffet for four people at Bab Al Yam, Junsui, or in the dining room of your suite.

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