The showers are decorated with 24-karat gold tiles, the duvets filled with Icelandic duck feathers. A pillow menu is available to choose the one that will provide the best sleep possible, and the ceiling is adorned with 21,000 Swarovski crystals to represent the Milky Way.
These are just a few of the luxuries available at the Burj Al Arab in Dubai, one of the most exclusive hotels in the world. Until October 15, only guests who paid for a night in the establishment could walk on the marble floors of exceptional quality. But as CNN reported on October 13, it's now possible to get a glimpse of the hotel without spending the night there.
For $ 100, visitors can now enjoy a 90-minute tour of this pinnacle of luxury. As Andy Nicholson, director of the "Inside Burj al Arab" experience explains, 2021 is a special year for Dubai. Not only is the UAE celebrating its 50th anniversary, Dubai also hosts the first World Expo in the Middle East. "The spotlight is really on Dubai, and it seems like the perfect time to open one of the city's icons to visitors," said Andy Nicholson.
What will this exceptional visit consist of? It begins with a buggy ride on the 340-meter bridge which provides access to the private island on which (...)
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