If you are thinking about visiting Dubai in the near future, you will not be disappointed by the range of luxury accommodation available on the man-made island. Featured below are some of the top-rated luxury hotels in the most expensive city in the United Arab Emirates.
The Burj Al Arab
It has some very unique modern architecture and it is a main feature in the Dubai skyline. Once the sun goes down, the structure is lit up in many different bright colors that pulse through the hotel. The luxury and opulence of the exterior of the hotel continues inside. All the stairways are made from marble and gold. The beds in each luxury suite are situated on rotating pedestals, which enable guests to get a 360-degree view of the man-made island. The Buri Al Arab is located 15 km from Downtown Dubai and 25 km from the Airport. Just outside the hotel guests can visits the Wild Wadi Waterpark and Madinat Jumeirah. Madinat Jumeirah is a combined entertainment, shopping and dining complex.
Jumeirah Beach Hotel
This 5-star luxury hotel is located just a 10-minute walk from Madinat Jumeirah. It was first constructed in 1997 and spans 26 stories. Its external architecture was inspired by the shape of waves smashing up against the shoreline. Every single hotel room in the resort has a sea view. It is also possible to see Buri Al Arab from all of the rooms. There are six on-site pools and over 21 different restaurants offering a range of different foods. No matter where you come from, you are sure to be able to find somewhere to eat that matches your tastes in the resort.
This hotel is located in Oud Metha, which is a quiet, but well-connected part of the island. It is within walking distance of the main financial district, so is perfect for business travelers. Raffle Dubai is shaped like a pyramid and has lots of Egyptian inspiration. All guests at the hotel can take advantage of a 24/7 butler service. Every room has its own private terrace.
Armani Hotel Dubai
This luxury boutique hotel is world renowned. It is located in Buri Khalifa (the globe's tallest skyscraper) and is connected to Dubai Mall. It is possible to see Souk Al Bahar, The Dubai Fountain and Opera House from some of the rooms. The hotel was designed by Giorgio Armani, so the style is chic and minimalist. The Eramosa marble floors are one of the main design features. Facilities and amenities in the hotel include a luxury spa, an arrow-shaped swimming pool, and a sun trap terrace.
Atlantis The Palm
Atlantis is so iconic it is thought of as a tourist attraction itself. The theme of the hotel is inspired by the lost underwater fabled city of Atlantis. In the rooms, you will find fish shaped doorknobs, shell-patterned rugs, and oyster-shaped lights. For some people, the theme is overwhelming and a bit overkill, but others find it charming. It just depends on what your personal aesthetic tastes are in the emirates.