Some notable features of Dubai's Burj Al Arab Jumeirah hotel are its private reception on every floor, personal butlers, optional chauffeur-driven Rolls-Royce, helicopter transfer and a car-rental fleet that includes Aston Martins, Ferraris and Lamborghinis. Accommodations consist of luxury one- two- and three-bedroom duplex suites with views across the Arabian Gulf and amenities that include electronically controlled curtains, lighting and air conditioning; complementary Wi-Fi; 24-carat gold iPads and a range of office equipment.
The Club one-bedroom suite has a bar and snooker table; the Deluxe two-bedroom suite has two lounges, a private dining room and butler's kitchen; the Royal two-bedroom suite has a private lift and cinema, while the Presidential two-bedroom suite has two separate lounge areas, two bar areas and a private dining area. The three-bedroom Diplomatic suite with separate staff entrance and butler's kitchen. All guests have access to the hotel's nine world-class speciality restaurants and bars, its private beach and pools, and the Burj Al Arab's Talise Spa. Guests also have complementary access to the Wild Wadi Waterpark and Sinbad's kids club.
The Burj Al Arab Jumeirah is one of the tallest hotels in the world. It is built in the shape of a traditional Arabian ship's sail and is located on a private, man-made island off Jumeirah Beach, Dubai.