Burj Al Arab
The iconic, sail-shaped Burj Al Arab dominates the Dubai coastline and has 201 beautifully decorated suites with exquisite living and dining areas. Repeatedly voted one of the world’s most luxurious hotels, the Burj Al Arab features 9 excellent restaurants and bars.
A wide range of activities are available at the hotel, ranging from a wide variety of waterspouts, including water-skiing, diving, kayaking, deep sea fishing, yacht charter to relaxing in the Talise Health & Spa Club or one of the 5 swimming pools around the complex.
Activities at Burj Al Arab
- Access to Wild Wadi Water Park
- Water-skiing, kayaking and diving
- Talise Heath & Spa Club
- 9 world-class restaurants and bars
*Some activities are available at extra cost.
- Sundowner Desert Dune Safari
- Dhow Cruise & dinner
- Wadi Mountain Safari
Below are some of our preferred accommodation options in Dubai, carefully selected for their superior location, service and level of comfort. Please contact us for information on a full range of Dubai resorts or a hotel of your choice.
Al Maha Desert Resort & Spa
This luxury desert resort is nestled among the lush palm groves and iconic sand dunes of the Dubai Desert Conservation Reserve.
Madinat Jumeirah Resort
Consisting of three boutique hotels; Jumeirah Al Qsar, Mina A’Salam and newly opened Al Naseem, the prestigious Madinat Jumeirah Resort is styled to resemble an ancient Arabian citadel.
Burj Al Arab
The iconic, sail-shaped Burj Al Arab dominates the Dubai coastline and has 201 beautifully decorated suites with exquisite living and dining areas.
Why visit the U.A.E? The United Arab Emirates is a fantastic destination to visit, particular as a stop over to or from Egypt, Kenya or Tanzania. It is filled with fascinating cities, luxurious beach resorts and fantastic desert camps.
What is the climate like in the U.A.E? As characterised by its tropical, desert climate, the U.A.E is hot and dry for most of the year. Temperatures reach well over 40°C in the summer months, particularly between June and September. Similar to other Middle East climates, rainfall in irregular and brief. Temperatures are still warm during the winter months, but drop considerably at night.
What can I combine the U.A.E with? Both cities can be combined with a visit to Oman, Jordan, Egypt and Israel. They also offer an excellent place to stop and relax for a few days after an East African safari through either Kenya or Tanzania.
How to get to the U.A.E? Dubai and Abu Dhabi are the gateways for many Australia’s travelling to the Middle East, Europe, East Africa and Asia. Etihad (Abu Dhabi) and Emirates (Dubai) offer daily flights from Melbourne, Sydney & Brisbane.