The United Arab Emirates is known across the world as one of the most expensive, lavish and fashionable cities. Tourist visits Dubai for shopping, nightlife, desert safari and best architecture in the world. Whether you looking for a desert stay or beachfront room, these luxurious hotels provide all services and amenities, below we have listed Top luxury hotels in Dubai:
Burj Al Arab:
Burj Al Arab is listed in world’s most luxurious hotel, the hotel is situated on a man-made island. It is the best example of modern architecture. During nights, the hotel is lit up in several different colours that reverberate through the sail-like structure of the hotel.
Jumeirah Beach Hotel:
This hotel is located nearby Burj Al Arab, This 26-storey hotel was developed in 1997, and it has been designed in the large glass building shaped like a wave. These hotels offer four pools, a separate building with fitness and entertainment centres, bar and a kids club.
Al Maha Resort:
The resort is a world-class sanctuary located in 225 square kilometers of a perfect desert landscape. Private pools, couples therapy and the knowledge that there is not a traffic jam anywhere nearby will relax you before your treatments begin.
This luxurious hotel is inspired from Egypt and it’s shaped like the pyramids. Rooms and suites are covered in luxurious fabrics and materials with handcrafted decorative details, modern technology, lavish bathrooms, private terraces, and personal butlers on call 24/7.
Park Hyatt Dubai:
The Park Hyatt offers Moroccan-style spa which is the best relaxing treatment in the capital including a popular couple’s hot stone massage. It’s all rooms stylish and spacious, with elegant Mediterranean decor sprinkled with Moorish details and upscale bathrooms featuring deep standalone tubs.
Armani Hotel Dubai:
The hotel occupies numerous floors in the iconic building, is connected well to the Dubai Mall, and its view can boast sights such as the Dubai Fountain, Opera House, and Souk Al Bahar. The hotel decoration includes bright lighting, natural and neutral shades, and clean lines, all of this adds to the charming and noble aura of the hotel.
Kempinski Hotel Mall of the Emirates:
It is a luxury chain hotel attached to a shopping centre of the same name and with direct access to the next indoor ski slopes. The hotel includes marble bathrooms to the twin infinity pools and a decadent cigar lounge.
Palazzo Versace Dubai:
The hotel is for its architectural designs of 16th-century Italian palaces. The interiors of the hotel are fascinating with Czech chandeliers, marble floors and countertops, and gilded columns. The rooms come in four major colour palettes -salmon, beige, turquoise and blue.