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Burj Al Arab

3 Jumeirah Street | Burj Al-Arab Hotel, Dubai, United Arab Emirates
+971 4 301 7777
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USD 283.00*
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Dubai City Tour including Lunch in Burj Al Arab
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USD 279.00*
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Afternoon Tea at Sahn Eddar Restaurant in Burj al Arab with private Transfers
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USD 271.50*
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  • Average7%
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“afternoon tea” (753 reviews)
“high tea” (352 reviews)
“skyview bar” (334 reviews)
3 Jumeirah Street | Burj Al-Arab Hotel, Dubai, United Arab Emirates
+971 4 301 7777
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Reviewed today via mobile

It looks exactly how I imagined it. As with all things you encounter in Dubai this place is full of luxury. The beach isn't bad either.

Thank Mio0111
Reviewed today

Start with Mr Ahmed Ereiba - you are a legend - thank you for making the trip an amazing We had a small hiccup on arrival - and this was resolved by this Burj Champion and we didn't look back this place is clearly not...More

Reviewed today via mobile

I went past it several times on a boat cruise. I refused to go in and have a look until I can afford Dubai round 2 haha .. but anyway the view was amazing, architecture stunning. Really is a beautiful piece of work. At night...More

Thank atinuke p
Reviewed yesterday via mobile

Visited Burj al arab at last after 14 years staying in Dubai , had a opening of a new commercial area and was called for the launch , it was one week before Christmas and we had this function outside of the hotel towards the...More

Thank Arun Alex E
Reviewed yesterday

One of the most iconic landmarks in Dubai. Its a wonderful hotel and is almost dreamlike inside. Just unbelievable interior. We went for the Afternoon Tea just at the end of Ramadan so the Skyview Bar was relatively quiet. Its a trendy restaurant and is...More

Thank David B
Reviewed 2 days ago

this is very nice and interesting hotel with great service, architecture, beach, interior and surroundings.

Thank Edgar K
Reviewed 2 days ago

As with all Dubai Building entry for residents only, hence do not get the thrill of the attraction as you would if you were looking off /out of it.

Thank Nitinchindra P
Reviewed 3 days ago via mobile

Saw this building in Souk Mabinat and took pictures there and also in the palms area. Otherwise did not see the inside as it is located in a reclaimed land.

Thank Myrna234
Reviewed 3 days ago

This property is so mind blowing and luxurious - inside the sea, all rooms are suites, almost everything made of gold, excellent bar on the highest floor, sea side view as well as bars/restaurants on the beach. It cannot get any better for a royal...More

1  Thank dharmendra_spcnl
Reviewed 3 days ago via mobile

This is our 3rd year staying at Burj Al Arab and yet again we had a fantastic time! We had rolls Royce phantom to collect us from airport and again to transfer us to another hotel at the end of our stay if you like...More

Thank Katherinesmith34
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23 April 2017|
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Response from David G | Reviewed this property |
As an example - I bought a bottle of wine in Al Mahara and it cost about AUD $150 - I could buy the same wine here in Australia for AUD $22. However I must say that the cocktails were great value for money - ranged from $20... More
Jyotika G
23 March 2017|
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Response from David G | Reviewed this property |
If you do high tea you are definitely best having it in the skybar. Don't worry about not getting a window seat as the view is easy to see from all over the bar. Let them know when you are booking that it is for a special... More
Hello everyone ,so I've booked for an afternoon tea with my husband in skyview bar at 4.15pm ( was booked for 1pm but thankfully one of the reviewer recommended the 4pm so I able to enjoy the sunset as well, so I changed my reservation to 4pm,therefore thank you very much for the suggestion!) it's my husband 40th birthday n also is our 12th wedding anniversary,so I really would like to make it very very special for us🙏🏼 Question 1--they reply to me n said the window seat can not be promised to reserve,I would like to know what time is the best time to go there is call early so I can be sure I get the window seat? 2--can we go in to the hotel very early so we can look around before we go up @4pm for the tea? 3-- Anyone recommend what can we do after the afternoon tea ? I would love to read everyone experience, any information at all would be very useful for me as a travel worrier 🙈thx again everyone
16 March 2017|
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Response from DMCLKent | Reviewed this property |
Celebrated my 40th there with the 4pm afternoon tea in the skyview bar last week! They no longer reserve window seats despite prior request. Window seats now have a charge of 100DHM per table on top. First come first served... More