Children under 12 can take a butler-guided Inside Burj Al Arab tour free of charge
Sending family groups to Dubai this summer? They may be keen to drop into the emirate’s famous ‘seven-star’ hotel.
Jumeirah Group’s Burj Al Arab has announced that its butler-guided tours are now free to children up till the age of 11 when accompanied by an adult.
The immersive tours, hosting just 12 people at a time, are available from 10.30am to 7.30pm daily, and provide a fascinating insight into one of the world’s top hotels.
Guests can view rarely-seen aspects of the hotel from the inside of the presidential suite, which has accommodated heads of state and celebrities in it regal rotating bed
Artefacts include the first ever sketch of Burj Al Arab, penned on a napkin by the chief architect, as well as mood boards by the interior design team.
Video displays show key moments in the hotel’s history, including the time F1 champion David Coulthard drove doughnuts on the rooftop helipad.
As hotel tours go, it doesn’t get much more exciting than this. Thoughtfully curated, informative and engaging, this is the benchmark in making an attraction of an hotel.
For more information, visit www.jumeirah.com/en/stay/dubai/burj-al-arab-jumeirah