With an internationally recognized silhouette, this ultra-luxury property is the world’s seventh-tallest hotel, whimsically designed to resemble a sailboat. Occupying its own private island, the Burj Al Arab offers no less than 10 restaurants, from the French-inspired Al Muntaha perched on the 27th floor to the Capri import Il Riccio, whose flagship has received a Michelin star. Yoga and paddleboard are among the many activities available to guests before they retire to a colorfully opulent room with sweeping views of the sparkling Persian Gulf.
Burj Al Arab
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