Known for its futuristic skyline, luxurious lifestyle, and exciting attractions, Dubai is a luxurious destination for travelers looking for a unique and exciting experience.
For those looking to experience the full luxury of Dubai, the city has a wide range of exclusive experiences, from private helicopter tours to yacht rentals.
With its luxurious lifestyle and wealth of activities, Dubai is a must-visit destination for luxury travelers. And here are the 5 luxurious hotels that they can stay.
The Burj Al Arab
It is one of the world‘s most iconic hotels and is known for its unique design, which makes it look like a sailboat. The hotel features luxurious amenities, including a private beach, spa, and multiple dining options. The Burj Al Arab is a popular destination for luxury travelers and offers exclusive experiences, such as a sky–high afternoon tea and a private helicopter tour.
Rixos The Palm Luxury Suite Collection
The property promises travelers the ultimate luxury lifestyle, combining the homely comforts of a private residence with two, three, four and five-bedroom suites, ideal for larger groups or multigenerational families seeking the ultimate holiday sanctuary.
The Rixos The Palm Luxury Suite Collection also extends exclusive benefits to its guests including private check-in, unique spa treatments, VIP amenities on arrival, in-suite breakfast, a private BBQ dinner experience, a complimentary local tour and two-way airport transfers. The Rixos The Palm Luxury Suite Collection 1-kilometre private white sand beach, excellent food & beverage outlets, a private helipad, a comprehensive wellness and sports programme led by Exclusive Sports Club, an enhanced Rixy Kids Club, and the secluded Anjana Spa, all ensure guests have the opportunity to immerse themselves in a truly integrated luxury hospitality experience. Suite guests enjoy dedicated facilities such as its family pool and outdoor jacuzzi, a fabulous restaurant and relaxed bar. They can likewise take advantage of the benefits of having world-class dining, entertainment and leisure facilities right at their doorstep.
Mandarin Oriental Jumeira
Jumeirah Al Naseem
Jumeirah Al Naseem is a cool and contemporary beachside hotel, located in Dubai’s Madinat Jumeirah boasting beautifully landscaped gardens and exceptional dining spots.
Madinat Jumeirah is a cluster of four resorts, collectively housing more than 30 restaurants, bars and boutiques. The onsite souk holds 80 more places to eat, drink and shop, as well as a theatre.
Free shuttle bus services are available to Mall of the Emirates and sister resort Jumeirah Zabeel Saray on Palm Jumeirah, worth visiting in pleasant weather to walk around the manmade island’s seven-mile promenade.
Bulgari Resort, Dubai
Designed entirely by Antonio Citterio Patricia Viel, the renowned Italian architectural firm, the 158,000 square-metre property is a first-of-its-kind development for Bulgari, both in scale and magnitude. Charming with a Mediterranean village feel, the complex features the Resort, six residential buildings with 173 sea facing apartments, 15 private mansions, and Bulgari’s first-ever Marina and Yacht Club.
Comprised of 101 rooms and suites, as well as 20 Bulgari villas with pool, garden and sea-view, The Bulgari Resort & Residences Dubai offers a full range of amenities, such as the gourmet Il Ristorante – Niko Romito, the Il Café open all day , Il Bar with its iconic oval-shaped freestanding bar and La Spiaggia the most exclusive beach Club with private beach and a unique mosaic-design outdoor swimming pool. Guests can also enjoy the 1,700 square-metre Spa with hammam, indoor pool, fitness centre, beauty salon with a traditional barbershop and hairdresser. To add relish to the guest’s stay, the complex comprises a private Marina featuring 50 boat berths and the first world’s Bulgari Yacht Club with peerless views over the sea.
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