In the last couple of years, Dubai has definitely thrives as a popular tourist destination. As oil as its main income is diminishing fast, Dubai has been aiming for a new source of income: tourism. Luxurious hotels with over the top facilities help make Dubai a perfect place for tourists that are aiming to splurge in elegance. So, if you don’t mind reaching deep in your pocket for an unforgettable holiday in Dubai, here are some hotels that you can choose:
Burj Al Arab
You can say that Burj Al Arab is the most popular luxurious hotel in Dubai. Its distinct architecture even can be called as the landmark of Dubai, alongside with Dubai Palm Island. This deluxe five star hotel even has an attentive service that garnered this hotel a seven-star reputation. Don’t try to find a standard or even deluxe type of room in this hotel. Burj Al Arab only has suites, the ones with full-size Hermes toiletries and 13 selection pillow menus. The smallest accommodations provided here is a room that’s as spacious as 558 square feet that includes living room, lounge, private bar, dressing room, and Jacuzzi. Other facilities in this lavish hotel include six restaurants and bars, Jumeirah’s Wild Wadi Water Park, health spa with separate sauna facilities for men and women, and tiled spa.
Al Maha Desert Resort and Spa
Stay in the Arabian desert in this luxury resort that are built in the style of an ancient Bedouin settlement with neutral toned ‘tents’ shading each private suites. Each suite has its own private swimming pool and wooden deck. You don’t have to worry for a lack of activities, as guests of this resort can select up to 2 different complimentary activities every day, such as the wildlife drives, horse riding, nature walk, desert safari, archery, falconry, and camel trekking. Definitely a unique way to spend your holiday.
Atlantis The Palm
The Atlantis The Palm is in the centre of the Palm Jumeirah, a well-known man-made island that’s also a landmark of Dubai. The Atlantis the Palm is perfect for you who travel with kids, as it has facilities such as a huge Aquaventure waterplay area, a near-vertical waterslide in an acrylic tunnel in a shark-filled lagoon known as Leap of Faith, tidal wave pool, the Dolphin Bay that has seven interconnected pools for dolphins, and more. It’s a lot of water for a city that’s supposedly located in a desert. Other facilities include 17 restaurants and bars.