The unique landmark opens its doors to visitors for the first time

90 minutes inside the Burj Al Arab... A tour of exceptional luxury details

  • Burj Al Arab is ranked among the most famous hotels in the world.

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Jumeirah Group, the world’s leading hospitality company affiliated with Dubai Holding, revealed an exceptional experience that the group offers to non-residents wishing to visit Burj Al Arab, an innovative guided tour to get to know the hotel from many angles, whether the unique architectural style of the unique landmark. Classified among the most famous hotels in the world, or the spaces through which it provides the best hospitality services for which the tourist facility is famous. Dubai Holding explained that the duration of the tour is 90 minutes, accompanied by specialized guides to provide adequate information to the guests, and enable them to learn about details that many may not know about the hotel.

José Silva, CEO of Jumeirah Group, said: “In line with Dubai’s position as a global destination, comes the experience that serves the spirit of innovation and the values ​​of ambition that stand behind the construction of the unique landmark, which was built as an embodiment of the vision of His Highness Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum. Vice President and Prime Minister of the UAE and Ruler of Dubai, in developing mega-projects in various fields, including tourism, to present through this step the luxury hospitality standards for which the Jumeirah Group is famous.”

He added: “With the movement of travel around the world gradually returning to its usual activity, we are pleased to invite visitors to explore (the original home of luxury) and experience this experience, and witness the exceptional levels of Arab luxury in a global context.”

For those wishing to visit and enjoy the experience, register via the website

• The tour gives guests the opportunity to get acquainted with the hotel lobby and the royal suite.

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