Looking for a way to see inside the world’s only seven-star hotel without spending a fortune? This immersive tour gives UAE residents and visitors the opportunity to finally explore the most coveted areas of the Burj Al Arab. Here’s all you need to know about the unique tour.
Tour Of Burj Al Arab
The Inside Burj Al Arab tour, which opened to the public on 15th October 2021, can accommodate up to 12 people at a time. It runs every 15 minutes from 9:30 a.m. to 8:30 p.m.
With its 90-minute butler-guided tour, this world-famous hotel has quickly become extremely popular. In Jumeirah, the Burj Al Arab is a fine example of what it means to be truly exceptional. This is a true reflection of His Highness Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Vice President, Prime Minister, and Ruler of Dubai’s extraordinary vision.
On this exclusive tour, guests will discover the untold stories behind one of Dubai’s most iconic hotels. Guests can upgrade the tour to include a variety of distinct experiences.
A Royal Welcome
A tour of the inside of Burj Al Arab begins with a buggy ride to the entrance of the Jumeirah Beach Hotel, which gives you a glimpse of what the hotel has to offer.
The buggy stop is a designated place for the Inside Burj Al Arab tour. A fascinating view of the Burj Al Arab greets you as you enter the driveway. With the hotel as the backdrop, it’s the perfect spot to take Instagram-worthy photos.
At the private entrance of the Burj Al Arab, you’ll be greeted with cold towels and rose water. You will be escorted to the stunning hotel’s lobby with stunning views of the fountains after a brief introduction to how UAE pioneers envisioned it
Explore The True Meaning Of Luxury
The Royal Suites are accessed via glass elevators. You will be greeted by a butler who will tell you all about the apartments where royalty and dignitaries from around the world reside.
A butler will show you around the suite’s amenities, including a sitting room in the style of a majlis and a library-style office that can be turned into a bedroom. Experience a breath-taking panorama of the sea through the glass windows of each apartment.
Visit The Turtle Conservatory
On the Burj Al Arab Jumeirah tour, you can see the hotel’s turtle conservatory and aquarium, which has 56 kinds of fish. The hotel has another room on display where service employees wear the uniforms they wore when it opened as well as what they wear today.
Bring A Little Bit Of The Glory Home
Guests will then be led to the hotel’s special gift shop, which offers a variety of exclusive items, from Burj Al Arab’s scented soaps to gems that cost up to AED 430,000.
Guests can round up their unique experience with a delectable meal, light bites or beverages following the tour. A variety of high-end dining options are available. Get a 24-carat-gold cappuccino – one of the hotel’s most popular beverages – or try the signature champagne cocktail.
Additionally, guests can also book a table at UMA, the Burj Al Arab’s new premium outdoor lounge, or have a post-tour tea party at Sahn Eddar, located in the hotel’s magnificent atrium.
Visit the boutique before you depart to purchase a souvenir to remember your visit.
The Kids Club
The Kids Club is available to those bringing their little ones on the tour. It is open to children as young as two. As you take a tour, your children will be in the care of trained caretakers and childcare facilities.
Tickets And Timings
There are four types of tours: Morning tours, Day tours, Sunset tours, and Evening tours. Here is their schedule and price information:
- Tickets are AED 249 per adult and AED 99 per child
- Slots are available between 9:30 am and 8:30 pm
The Kids Club entry fee is AED 150 per child for two hours.
If you would like to upgrade your ticket after your tour, visit the hospitality desk on the ground floor.
- Please arrive 15 minutes before your scheduled time slot with your valid ID card to receive your ticket.
- Tour times are subject to change up to 48 hours before the scheduled tour.
- In case of late arrivals, the tour may be rerouted to another tour, depending on availability, and may incur an additional fee.
- Flash photography and professional cameras are not allowed.
- Group sizes are limited to 12 people in order to maintain social distancing protocols.
- During the trip, masks must be worn at all times.
- If you’ve booked onward dining, please check with the individual restaurants for specific dress code instructions.