In the last decade, Dubai has become synonymous with luxury and opulence, a fairy tale oasis where people can actually experience to live as Arabian royalty. Hotels in Dubai are some true architectural masterpieces that fascinate an entire world with their incredible design and impeccable service. Let’s have a look at the five most beautiful hotels in Dubai
Burj Al Arab – Icon of Dubai
Few places in the world compare with Dubai. A vibrant, cosmopolitan city on the shores of the Arabian Gulf, Dubai is a place which retains a warm cultural heart within a strikingly contemporary landscape. The Burj Al Arab is also one of the world’s chicest hotels, with personal butlers, Rolls-Royce driving chauffeurs and magnificent guest suites. The interior design of Burj Al Arab is evocative of a contemporary Arabian fantasy.Being constantly voted the most luxurious hotel in the world this luxury hotel will take your breath away the moment you lay you eyes on it.
Built on an artificial island that juts out from Jumeirah Beach, it is connected to the mainland by its own private bridge. The building has quickly become the symbol of Dubai since opening in 1999 and is one of the few 7 star hotels in the world.
321 metres of billowing architecture located a short distance from the shores of the stunning Jumeirah beach. Enjoy outstanding guest attention, the sumptuously appointed duplex suites with private business facilities and the latest in technology. Take advantage of reception desks on every floor, rain showers and Jacuzzis in every suite, a Rolls-Royce fleet, butlers on call around the clock and dining under the sea and stars.
The mezzanine fountain, a kaleidoscope of colour and patterns, is programmed to shoot a water column up to 32 metres in the air, drawing the eye up the gold columns to the triangular blue ceiling 180 meters away. Above all delight in the details, the gold plated opulence, the marvelous circular ballroom and the spectacular choreography on display…
The Burj Khalifa is the tallest man made structure in the world. A lucky city to have such impressive architecture!
With a view from this tower, the $2,400 per night for a studio is perfectly reasonable! Inside Burj Khalifa, lives a luxuriously new and often dark world called the Armani Hotel Dubai. Elegant and understated only begin to describe this moody 11 story hotel where the exclusive Club members share access to the Armani restaurants, Spa, lounges and a Nightclub.
Jumeirah Beach Hotel
Jumeirah Beach Hotel is a beach resort that is completely given to the pleasures of life. A dynamically shaped 26 storey curved design built in the shape of a breaking wave; the building stands 93 metres high and 275 metres long.
SWITCH Restaurant designed by Karim Rashid
Dubai – Switch Restaurant is a strong, symmetrical vision composed of a continuous, undulating wall that wraps around the space. The design creates an interesting texture for light and shadow, evoking the sand dunes in the desert. It is a unique environment of symmetry and balance that completely envelops the guests. Every experience is composed of views, smells, tastes and sounds. The senses create individual backgrounds for a truly amazing global dining experience. The backlit ceiling artwork consists of stylized inspirational Arabic phrases. The continuous wave seating provides an efficient and dynamic operating system.
5-star Hotel and resort in Dubai, the World Islands – Sri Lanka
The proposal for “The World” islands in Dubai suggests a hotel resort under a unifying spiral canopy roof. The heart of the design is the central future dome sphere. The roof spins around this sphere and creates spiral wings fading into the ground. These wings contain hotel rooms with private balconies and beaches and create perfect views to the surrounding ocean.
Hydropolis – The world first underwater hotel (concept)
Initially pitched for 2006, this $300 million Hydropolis Hotel has yet to see ground breaking in Dubai, but it’s imaginative and ambitious designs are intriguing nonetheless. With a central structure of Plexiglas walls reinforced with steel and concrete, the underwater portion is connected to a land-based entry portal via 500 meter tunnel.