Being the only 7 star hotel in the world and with services and amenities enough to pamper even the gods, the Burj Al Arab could justify charging visitors an entry fee of around Rs.5000 ($100 approx).
After the scenic tour, if you are enticed to spend more time here, your options start from a modest Rs.50,000 (1000$ approx) and extend to a substantial 13 lakh ($28,000 approx) per night.
The Burj Al Arab was constructed by WS Atkins Partners Overseas, with concept architect Mr Thomas Wills Wright, and the interior design was handled by a team from KCA International, led by Ms Kuan Chew.
Here are a few snaps from the inside of the Burj Al Arab:
Burj Al Arab presidential suite bathroom
and video.(If you are reading this post by e-mail, please visit: http://www.home-designing.com/2008/11/burj-al-arab-interior to view the video.)
Burj Al Arab is famous for going that extra mile for pleasing its guests. And if you happen to be one of the best tennis players on the planet they will be gracious enough to convert their helipad for you to play!
The above image is an not a computer modified one. Once, when Roger Federer and Andre Agassi were at Dubai for a tournament, they were invited to play a few rounds at the Burj’s helipad-converted-tennis court. They accepted the invitation and we believe they had some real fun.
And here is the video:(If you are reading this post by e-mail, please visit: http://www.home-designing.com/2008/11/burj-al-arab-interior to view the video.)
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