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This Dubai Hotel Includes Gold-Plated iPads, a Helipad and Your Own Butler

Take in the ridiculously awesome architecture to say the least and most def belongs on everyone’s bucket list.
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The Burj Al Arab hotel in Dubai is so luxurious and over the top, we didn’t know a place like this could ever exist. It’s the stuff your fantasies are made of. Set on an artificial island just 920 feet from Jumeirah Beach, the building stands as the third tallest hotel in the world. Ride-around-Rolls-Royce
When you arrive at the airport, one of the hotel’s white Rolls-Royces will pick you up in style and take you right up to the entrance. If you’re feeling more adventurous, you can also pay for one of its helicopters to pick you up.
People widely refer to Burj Al Arab as the world’s only seven-star hotel. You will agree after hearing about all the lavish perks that come with staying here. But enjoying this hotel comes at a cost; rooms start at around $1,100 per night. Check out all the amazing experiences you could have if you book a room at this hot spot in Dubai.
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All 202 suites in the hotel are two-floor duplexes that come complete with 21-inch Mac computers and gold-plated iPads. The entire hotel has a vibrant color scheme with lots of gold accents. Oh, did we mention that each room comes with its own butler?

Even without all of the impressive perks of this hotel, the architecture of the building alone will undoubtedly impress you. The structure of Burj Al Arab is made to look like the sail of a ship from the outside. Inside, each room is colored with gorgeous jewel tones. This place will truly take your breath away. amazing

 

On the 28th level of the hotel sits the hotel’s helipad. Guests who get a view of the city by helicopter land here. There have even been a few tennis matches and golf games on this space.

 

Choose from the hotel’s nine restaurants and bars, each with its own distinctive cuisine and theme. Outlaw’s, a seafood restaurant with a massive aquarium inside, looks particularly enticing.

As one can assume, the list just goes on and on…

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