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Dubai’s Most Luxurious Hotels

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Dubai is one of the most luxurious vacation destinations on the planet, so it isn’t surprising that it’s also home to some of the most luxurious hotels in the world. If you’re looking for a place to go where you’ll be pampered, treated like a prince, or princess and have your every desire catered to, it’s probably safe to say that Dubai is the place for you.

Before you run to Jettly and charter a flight to the United Arab Emirates immediately, take a look at this list of Dubai’s most luxurious hotels, so that you’re guaranteed a great experience while you’re there…

Bab Al Shams

Bab Al Shams is the place to take your date if you want to impress them in a luxuriously romantic setting. This desert getaway just outside the main city of Dubai is home to a first class spa and swimming pool, an open-air restaurant – the Al Hadheerah – who’s design was inspired by atmospheric Arabic markets, complete with belly dancers, and amazing landscaped gardens, which can be viewed from the rooms’ spacious balconies.

Burj Al Arab

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The Burj Al Arab is impressive from the second you lay eyes on it. The building, which was created to look just like a boat’s billowing sail stretches an astonishing 1000 feet into the sky, and if you visit it at night, lights u with its very own light show!

If you think that’s impressive, just wait until you get inside, where you will be blown away by its luxurious suites, which stretch out over two floors. There’s huge four poster beds, gold, and marble staircases, butlers on hand to take care of guests’ every whim and you can even hire a Rolls Royce to show you the sights if you can bring yourself to leave the opulence of the hotel!

The Shangri-La Hotel

If you like your luxury to be understated, then a trip to the Shangri-La Hotel is sure to be right up your street. More restrained than some of the big ‘show-stopping’ hotels in the city, the Shangri-La is a 302 room hotel decorated with impressive local artworks and fully fitted out with luxurious deep bathtubs, soothing rain showers and its own swimming pool and squash courts. The hotel’s main restaurant also serves up some of the finest Cantonese food you are ever likely to taste outside of China.

Qasr Al Sarab Desert Resort

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Staying in the desert has never been as spectacular as a stay at the Qasr Al Sarab Desert Resort in the Liwa Desert. The rooms within this luxury establishment are all decorated in earth tones, which are in keeping with the desert setting, but they’re embellished with the most beautiful jewel and encrusted mosaic accessories, which glint and sparkle in the light. There are also four great restaurants, serving up the finest Middle Eastern foods onsite, as well as a luxury spa and pool, where you can indulge in floral footbaths, aromatic massages, and luxurious detox treatments.

 

Have you been to Dubai? Where did you stay?

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