Dubai's top hotel offers 'sheer bliss' package for 15th anniversary

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Dubai's most famous hotel is offering a Best of the Burj offer to celebrate its 15th anniversary, costing more than $1,600 for a single night's stay.

The Burj Al Arab has unveiled a special offer that includes Rolls-Royce Phantom pick-up, a luxurious suite, private butler, six-course degustation dinner and signature spa experience.

Promising a stay of "sheer bliss", the exclusive experience starts with an arrival at the hotel in a Burj Al Arab chauffeur-driven white Rolls-Royce Phantom.

The package, for which prices start at $1,630, also includes an opulent suite spanning 170 square metres over two floors with views over the Gulf.

Guests will also enjoy the Taste of Al Mahara - a culinary journey featuring the finest dishes from Burj Al Arab’s signature Al Mahara restaurant.

The package also features a Burj Al Arab Signature massage for him and her, blending traditional Shiatsu, Thai, Swedish and Balinese techniques at the hotel’s spa, perched 150 metres above the sea level.

It also includes a full set of Hermès amenities for him and her, private butler and daily in-suite breakfast dining.

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