The Dubai Experience: Burj Al Arab — The Amenities


Last week, we blogged about the over-the-top luxe Burj Al Arab and the unique way they treat guests. This week we’re going to show you the amazing amenities at this must-see Dubahi resort!

If you love relaxing at the spa, then you’re going to be in for a real treat. The Assawan Spa and Health Club is made of granite and mosaic, and is named after “the stone of healing.”



You might want to reconsider having a destination wedding in Dubai when you check out their ballroom! They have a huge ballroom that is 2 stories, and is an all white-glove service.The Al Falkak Ballroom is described as “a palatial, two-tiered, circular ballroom in the style of an 18th century Viennese Opera House, offers what must be the world’s most exquisite venue for weddings and special events.”

Burj Al Arab has multiple restaurants that you can treat your tastebuds, too. Restaurant Al Mahara has 3 private rooms, where you could host a rehearsal dinner. Al Iwan is based on the book “1000 Nights and A Night,” and requires men to wear collared shirts for service. Junsui is an Asian inspired that brings East Asia to the Middle East. Majlis Al Bahar is an outdoor cafe, with a color are red and white. On Fridays, they host a special bbq because there is a special holiday for all Muslim Countries (in Dubai, it would be celebrated on Friday and Saturday). Sahn Eddar is a great spot for last minute meetings with clients or just to grab a quick breakfast.

All photos are courtesy of Burj Al Arab.

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