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5 Luxury Hotels you must Visit in Dubai

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Dubai, the crown jewel of the United Arab Emirates, is known around the world as one of the most expensive, lavish, and fashionable cities known to man. People go to Dubai to embark upon shopping sprees, or to hit the city and party through the night, or to behold the wonders of some of the most astonishing works of modern architecture in the world.

Dubai also features the world’s tallest skyscraper, the Burj Khalifa, rising high at 830m. If you go to Dubai, then it is an absolute must for you to stay at a luxury five-star hotel, there’s really no other way to explore the city.

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5 Luxury Hotels you must Visit in Dubai


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  Burj Al Arab Jumeirah

Dubai, United Arab Emirates

The Burj Al Arab is the most expensive luxury hotel on this list, and that spot is well deserved. The sheer uniqueness of this hotel is evident from the moment you first set eyes on it as it’s fashioned in the form of a giant sail rising over a thousand feet in the sky. To that end, the hotel has been created on a man-made island, which is only connected to the mainland by a causeway. It is a grand feat of modern architecture.

During the nights, the hotel is lit up in various different colors that reverberate through the sail-like structure of the hotel. This sense of luxury and opulence is carried well into the interiors as well, with the atrium being surrounded on either side by towering golden pillars.

The suites feature elaborate stairways made of marble and gold, and the beds are positioned on rotating pedestals so that you can take in a 360 degree view of the city. As far as the location is concerned, it’s 15 kms and 25 kms from Downtown Dubai and the Airport, respectively.

However, it does feature other attractions in close vicinity, such as the Wild Wadi Waterpark, which is right outside of it, and the Madinat Jumeirah, which is a dining and entertainment complex rolled into one.


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Armani Hotel Dubai 

Dubai, United Arab Emirates

This luxury world-renowned hotel made in the name of the famous fashion designer is located in the cultural heart of Dubai — Burj Khalifa. The boutique hotel occupies several floors in the iconic building, is connected well to the Dubai Mall, and its view can boast sights such as the Dubai Fountain, Dubai Opera House, and Souk Al Bahar. I

f you’d like to while away your time at a particularly trendy neighborhood, you can easily access Mohammed bin Rashid Boulevard, which is the prime spot for trendy cafes, restaurants, and some great luxury car watching. The hotel has been designed by Giorgio Armani himself, and as such it is typically chic and minimalist in style.

The design of the hotel features bright lighting, natural and neutral shades, and clean lines, all of this adds to the charming and dignified aura of the hotel. The designs feature Eramosa marble floors, and the flower arrangements are prohibited from ever displaying more than two colors in a single vase.

All the guests are also given their person “Lifestyle Managers”, which is really a more sophisticated means of saying Butler. This can make your stay at Dubai entirely effortless, trusting that your Lifestyle Manager will take care of all your needs even before you’ve thought of them.

Additional amenities include an arrow-shaped pool, a luxury spa, sun trap terrace, and soothing ongoing music that helps minimize the sound of constant construction which is really just white noise to Dubai by now.


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 The Bulgari Resort & Residences Dubai

Dubai, United Arab Emirates

Inspired by an upscale Mediterranean village, this private island retreat just off the Dubai coast is the work of renowned Milan-based architectural firm Antonio Citterio Patricia Viel and has been created with the same level of craftsmanship and precision as a Bulgari jewellery piece.

Rare raw materials like green onyx from Iran and Mongolian black granite are complemented by displays of heritage Bulgari pieces. Facilities include a serene outdoor pool, beach club with Burj Khalifa views, and a sumptuous spa. A highlight is the is the sleek Il Ristorante by three Michelin-starred chef Niko Romito overlooking the glittering marina.

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Mandarin Oriental Jumeirah, Dubai

Dubai, United Arab Emirates

Mandarin Oriental has outdone itself with its first foray into the UAE, with five stunning pools, a private beach, deluxe spa and impeccable service throughout the hotel. The fitness centre offers beach-based classes and the region’s first Outrace frame.

Rooms come with marble bathrooms, rain showers, bronze lampstands and sumptuous orange or teal upholstery popping against a pearl-hued backdrop. Most of them have balconies or terraces, aimed at either the Arabian Gulf or Dubai’s city skyline. Don’t miss acclaimed chef Jose Avillez’s menus at Tasca which feature dishes from his Michelin-starred Portuguese restaurants.


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 Palazzo Versace Dubai

Dubai, United Arab Emirates

In Dubai, where too much is never enough, this sprawling, blingy, behemoth is gloriously OTT, but top-notch dining and first-rate staff manage to make the whole experience enjoyable. If you’re a fan of the “Medusa Madness” style of Versace Home Collection you’ll be in absolute heaven as you revel in your inner Donatella. If not, you might think you’ve ended up in a posh south Florida condo complex, circa 1987.

There’s a large infinity “lagoon” pool that looks out over the Creek and a Versace spa, plus good fine dining options including Enigma which hosts rolling three-month stays for visiting Michelin-starred chefs.

5 Luxury Hotels you must Visit in Dubai

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