A global icon of Arabian luxury.
Jumeirah Street Umm Suqeim 3 Dubai United Arab Emirates
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I had afternoon tea at Sahn Eddar, which was great, but the highlight of my trip was the doormen! Achol and Samuel were great about trying to get me a taxi when it was time to leave, and we chatted a bit while waiting. Achol is one of the nicest guys, and he gave me some great information for my trip in Dubai. I really appreciated their friendliness!
Service was pretty standard. The "standard" room are all "Presidential Suite" but things I don't think has been updated or upgraded at all since. Food was bad had a salmon egg Benedict it was taste and disgusting. A local cafe call Brunch & Cake do way better then them. Didn't even bother trying their other restaurants.
We celebrated our wedding anniversary at The Burj Al Arab - that was indeed the best and memorable experience.. we felt like 'we landed on heaven'... Highly recommending. Starting from call from hotel to take note of our requirements prior to arrival, personalized greetings at reception, tour, service staff smiling everywhere, artwork more than our eyes and camera can capture, mouth watering food selection - served with utmost care for cleanliness and presentation, best trained hospitability staff, Jacuzzi for ultimate bubble bath, inifite pool merged with beach for nirvana state, indoor pool - that can take you centuries back royal treatment, kids play areas.. Well.. we enjoyed throughly.. looking forward for the next anniversary celebrations at Burj al arab - well kids demand now for their birthdays too... :)