Things to do in Dubai : Explore the Burj Al Arab

by Hélène
Burj Al Arab

The Burj Al Arab is known as the most luxurious and iconic hotel in the world. Shaped like the sail of a boat, the hotel is really close to the Palm Jumeirah and not far from Downtown.

Voted multiple time the world’s most luxurious hotel, I couldn’t be more excited to visit this place!

Things to do in Dubai: Explore the Burj Al Arab 

First, pamper yourself at the Talise Spa 

The Talise Spa is the ultimate place for a luxurious experience of relaxation and well-being.

Located on the 18th floor, the Talise Spa has an incredible view of the Arabian Gulf and stunning coastline.

Unlike the lobby of the hotel, the spa is extremely quiet and peaceful. Once you walk inside, you will discover a beautiful mix of architecture. The spa has differents quarters, women, men and couples and different indoors pools. Burj Al ArabBurj Al Arab

Have lunch at the Scape Restaurant

Being a vegetarian, I am quite picky when it comes to eating in restaurants. But all my concerns disappeared when I saw many vegetarian options for me. Our waitress was really knowledgeable and gave us great recommendations according to our personal preferences. I really appreciated her help.

A highly recommended place if you are looking for delicious food in a friendly environment.

Burj Al Arab

Burj Al Arab

Then, enjoy the infinity pool with a magic view of the Arabian Gulf 

The Terrace, which opened May 25, has a restaurant and bar, two swimming pools (one freshwater, one saltwater) including the infinity pool sliding to the ocean. But also, four Jacuzzis, air-conditioned cabanas and beach areas created with 1,000 tons of white sand.

We stayed mostly by the infinity pool since we couldn’t get enough of that view.

Burj Al Arab

Burj Al Arab

Burj Al Arab

Finally, watch the sunset (and take amazing pictures ) : 

Burj Al Arab

Burj Al Arab

In overall Burj al Arab is a memorable experience and place to visit at least once. But don’t forget to make the reservation in the restaurant before stepping into hotel if you are not staying there.

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