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5 Fancy Hotels in Dubai

January 25, 2014 |


Dubai has been busy coming up with many unique luxurious hotels and its now evident by 2016 Dubai will be number one tourist destination. An intrepid traveler looking for five fancy hotels will be spoilt for choices. These highly rated hotels in a desert metropolis will excite you with their extravagance and luxurious establishment. We have solved your task and here are Dubai’s best fancy hotels.

1. Burj al Arab

This great hotel outsmarts many hotels in Dubai, its unique design being key. The hotel towers over 1,000 feet in height and was designed to resemble a giant blowing sail. At sun down, the hotel exterior looks impressive as it glows with dazzling light that seem to flow on the outer sail shape of the structure. Interiors are no exception; the luxurious two floored suites are quite impressive. The royal suite happens to be the best of them all, among its features are a canopy bet, rotating pedestal, marble and gold built staircase. Every floor at the hotel has its own reception with beautiful butler ladies to welcome you. Among its added services is a tour in a Rolls Royce that gives you a chance to see the beautiful city.

2. Qasr Al Sarab Desert Resort

This great resort lies in one of the world’s largest incessant sand desert and has overcome all odds to be a paradise in the desert. It features a luxurious mirage that provides a lavish retreat in one Liwa Desert Empty Quarters. Rooms are well decorated and have rich tones that reflect the earth, intricate mosaics as well as jewel encrusted frills are some of the additional features. All rooms are well located such that you will have the view of the desert; however, deluxe terrace rooms are the best as you be able to see the terrace overlooking dunes. The hotel features four restaurants which serve eastern foods plus an all day buffet. There is also a pool that you can enjoy to swim despite the hot sun. Spas are well distributed and are most renowned for their herbal compress massage (image by Swissrock).

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3. Shangri la Hotel

This hotel offers world class luxury in a more refined setting that features 302 guest rooms, deep soaking tubs, warm décor and rain showers that actualize the height of local artwork. The hotel has two major restaurants with airy courtyards. Swimming pool, a fitness center and a spa are some of the additional facilities that guests enjoy. Shopping centers, world class entertainment and sky scrapers are just blocks away. Shangri la hotel is well known for its excellent customer service and its world class hospitable services. Visit this hotel and you will definitely enjoy.

4. Al Qasr

Al Qasr means the palace; the hotel has classy and posh architecture that’s integrated with ornate embellishments design. The hotel is just part of the superior Madinat Jumeriah Resort Complex, it features sprawling facilities and a long stretch of Jumeriah beach. Most of the 292 guest rooms have an awesome ocean view. Other features include a twenty five meter indoor lap pool, a spa, beach water sports and a Sinbad’s kids club (image by themonnie).


5. Bab Al Shams

Bab Al Shams is a romantic getaway desert hotel that has over 113 guest rooms, 8 restaurants, 3 swimming pools and a stellar spa. You can enjoy the Arabian nights while doing your shisha, hookah pipes dancing at the hotels rooftop.

Visit Dubai this season and enjoy what being in the one of the most beautiful country in the world. Remember to make early reservations especially during peak seasons as the hotels fill up very fast.


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