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Dining in Burj Al Arab


Highlights - Burj Al Arab Hotel Dubai; a wonderful place to have multicultural Dinning.

From: US $163 (AED 595) per adult

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  • Type: Burj Al Arab Tour 
  • Departs from: Dubai
  • Meeting Point: Pick from your hotel in Dubai
  • Duration: 60 minutes
  • Days of Operation: Daily     
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    Description

    The spectacular Burj Al Arab, designed to resemble the graceful sails of an Arabian dhow, soars to a height of 321 meters, dominating the Dubai coastline. The all-suite hotel is situated on a manmade island some 280 meters, offshore and is linked to the mainland by a slender, gently curving causeway.

    Each of the 202 suites is arranged over two floors and all with floor to ceiling, wall to wall windows and tranquil views of the sea. The highest standards of personal service are enhanced by private reception desks on every floor. In-suite check-in, a brigade of exclusive butlers that provide around the clock assistance and unrivalled attention never ceases to amaze our guests.

    To dine at Burj Al Arab is an experience out of this world, with restaurants situated among the stars and below the sea.

    Afternoon HighTea at Burj Al Arab

    Milestones are meant to be celebrated. Whether they come in the form of an Indulgent Afternoon Tea at Dubai’s Burj Al Arab hotel. Indulgent Afternoon Tea consist of the following:

    • 7 different types of sandwiches
    • A fine selection of pastries and petit fours
    • Home made scones and preserves
    • Choice of 50 different type of Teas
    • Premium selection of coffees
    • Glass of Champagne

    The best session for the afternoon tea is around 4.00pm where you get a chance to see the sunset over the Arabian Gulf. Don’t eat a big lunch on the day or book a lavish dinner for the evening as the afternoon tea provides ample food.

    Dining in Burj Al ArabLunch at Burj Al Arab

    Have you ever imagined having lunch in one of the highest restaurants in the world? Do not look so surprised – it is very much possible. Enjoy a sumptuous lunch at some of the world’s finest restaurants in the Hotel Burj Al Arab in Dubai which is the world’s only 7-star hotel. Moreover, this hotel is renowned as the world’s tallest hotel - that is higher than the Eiffel Tower. Take your pick of the Burj Al Arab’s restaurants, the Ai-Iwan - Seaview, or Jinsui restaurants. One of the things that you must do while you are in Dubai is to have lunch at any of the restaurants in Hotel Burj Al Arab.

    You can choose between either of the two restaurants for your lunch – the Al-Iwan Restaurant serves International cuisine and has an Oriental Buffet, while the Junsai Restaurant serves lunch from an Asian Buffet. You can enjoy a splendid lunch while you take in the breathtaking view of the Persian Gulf. The hotel spares no efforts to pamper you with their delicious gourmet cuisine. Enjoy a traditional lunch in style at the world’s most luxurious hotel, the Burj Al Arab.

    Designed to resemble a billowing sail, the hotel soars to a height of 321 meters, dominating the Dubai coastline. It’s a great place to enjoy views of the Persian Gulf while savoring your meal in a relaxed ambiance. After a sumptuous lunch at Burj Al Arab, you will be dropped back to your hotel in Dubai.

    Dinner at Burj Al ArabDining in Burj Al Arab

    Dining and Entertainment at Burj Al Arab Hotel - Four restaurants and lounges provide a variety of dining options, from one end of the spectrum take a 3 minute submarine ride to the underwater seafood restaurant,

    Four restaurants and lounges provide a variety of dining options, restaurants include Al Iwan, Bab Al Yam, and Sahn Eddar.

    A feast for both the eyes and the palate awaits diners at Burj Al Arab. From the highest point of the hotel right down to sea level, the Restaurants locations are as impressive as their creative menus. Whether guests are looking for a healthy snack or the best in haute cuisine, Burj Al Arab has the perfect answer every time.

    There is a good choice of fine dining restaurants at Burj Al Arab. There is a strict 'no photography' policy in all restaurants and bars. Visitors from outside the hotel are only allowed entry to the hotel with a confirmed reservation.

    Dress Code:

    The dress code in the restaurants is smart casual. Gentlemen are requested to wear a shirt with collar, long trousers or smart jeans and closed shoes (no trainers). UAE national dress is welcomed.

    Restaurants & Bars

    • Al Iwan Arabic cuisine and coffee shop
    • Junsui is pure delight, an authentic Far East Asian restaurant
    • Bab Al Yam, cafe restaurant for informal dining
    • Sahn Eddar, tea and coffee lounge

    Dining in Burj Al Arab

    Price information: From 01st January 2014 until 31st August 2014

    From 2 and more persons:

    Breakfast:

    • US $163 (AED 595) per adult
    • US $96 (AED 350) per child [03 - 10] years
    • Infants (below 03 years) - Free

    Lunch:

    • US $191 (AED 695) per adult
    • US $108 (AED 395) per child [03 - 10] years
    • Infants (below 03 years) - Free

    Afternoon High Tea:

    • US $163 (AED 595) per adult
    • US $96 (AED 350) per child [03 - 10] years
    • Infants (below 03 years) - Free

    Dinner:

    • US $218 (AED 795) per adult
    • US $108 (AED 395) per child [03 - 10] years
    • Infants (below 03 years) - Free

     Note:-  Pickup / Drop off  with in Dubai is included in the price.
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