Accommodation: Each of the 202 duplex suites are an architectural dream. Details such as stone (granite) from Brazil, and marble and glass from Italy, and the finest Irish linens are painstakingly gathered here to paint a picture of luxurious excess. Each suite comes with its own butler, wall to wall views of the gulf, and the latest in television and technological additions (Internet access, an outside video monitoring system which allows you to both see who is at the door and open the door without ever leaving your bed). There are 164 one-bedroom, 28 two-bedroom, and six three-bedroom suites available for your comfort. And that's just the low end. The Burj Al-Arab also has a higher (if possible) standard of comfort in rooms available. Two Grand Suites and Two Special Suites top the Everest of comforts found throughout the world's hotels. Each suite is spread over 2340 square feet, and each of them contain two floors connected with elevators. The perks include rotating beds, private cinemas, private Mosques, and bedroom sized changing rooms. The most expensive room runs in the ballpark of $7,000 a night.
Recreation: The property has access to its own beach which is fitted with sun umbrellas and comfortable lounge chairs. It also offers unlimited access to the watersports activities at Wild Wadi Waterpark. Guests can use the 24-hour butler service, which caters to their various needs. Burj Al Arab provides a private shopping assistant to all its guests.
Sport and Leisure: Sauna, Fitness Center, Spa, Massage, Playground, Pool Table, Hot Tub, Library, Racquetball, Indoor Pool, Outdoor Pool.
Services for you: Room Service, Meeting/Banquet Facilities, Business Center, Babysitting/Child Services, Laundry, Dry Cleaning, Hair/Beauty Salon, VIP Room Facilities, Currency Exchange, Souvenir/Gift Shop, Shoeshine, Packed Lunches, Car Rental, Tour Desk, Fax/Photocopying, Ticket Service, On-Site ATM.
Restaurants and Bars: The hotel offers the Al-Mahara underwater seafood restaurant for diners wary of heights. The seafood restaurant is accessed by a 12 seater submarine taken from the lobby and features a shark filled aquarium running along the walls.
Or, if one chooses, you may dine amongst the stars at their Al-Muntaha restaurant. At 600 ft. above sea level the restaurant offers stunning views of the Arabian Gulf and the night sky. The hotel also includes five other world class restaurants ranging in themes (ballrooms) and prices.
For children: Mini-Me Kids' Club facility and play area with Kids pool.