The Burj Al
Arab is a luxury hotel that located in Dubai, United Arab Emirates. It is the one
of the most tallest building in the world .
Arab emirates began the development and finish the founding built in 1971. This
building is one of the most iconic hotels in the world.Burj Al Arab is always
the best photo backdrop for local and tourist. There got another building that
is still unfinished and is nine times taller than the Burj Al Arab
In 1999, Tom
Wright of WKK Architects designed the building in Dubai. Got over 3,000
contractors, 250 designers and 3500 workmen involved in this construction.This
hotel is the one of the Dubai’s first record breaking struction. In the year 1999, the construction was completed and the
hotel has 202 rooms. Canadian
engineer Rick Gregory of WS Atkins managed the construction and the design.
Burj Al Arab designed and the
construction is so impressive,it also has attracted criticism of considering
how well-designed and how the construction is proves to be.
hotel and the city, after all, are monuments to the triumph of money over
practicality “. This is another critic includes negative critiques for the
city of Dubai
hotels in Dubai have more stars than the Milky Way. Construction cranes sway in
the gentle Arabian breeze next to impossibly tall buildings.The roads run
smooth and are stocked with fluorescent hypercars and murdered out Mercedes
islands shaped like palm trees maximize beach front real estate just
offshore.Beside that the malls have ski slopes and aquariums with neat little
Guinness World Record plaques.
Burj Al Arab
is connected to the mainland by a private curving bridge and stands on an
artificial island 280 m (920 ft) from Jumeirah beach . The shape of the
structure is designed to resemble the sail of a ship. It also has a helipad
near the roof at a height of 210 m above ground.
The Burj Al
Arab ran inta a bleeding edge engineering issues with put up such a large
structure that is over 1.2 million square feet on a man-made island.It is a
place where the nudging the limits of man-made extravagance into open space and
compendium of engineering knowledge has been plundered.Built to resemble the
sail of a dhow.
large rocks in a honeycomb pattern and setting deep foundation using hundreds
of 130 foot foundation piles make It took over two years to just build the
The Burj Al
Arab is at once superfluous, tasteless, beautiful, modern, offensive, and
insane. And very gold, it is what Vegas would look like if it was a real place
and not just a corporate facsimile of fame and luxury.This is how it provides
an onslaught of opulence.
Jumeirah Group managed the hotels. Despite its size,
Burj Al Arab holds only 28 double-storey floors which accommodate 202 bedroom
suites. The smallest room occupies an area of 169 m2 and is about 1,820 sq ft,
the largest covers 780 m2 and is about 8,400 sq ft.
Burj Al Arab
is very popular with the Chinese market, which made up 25 percent of all
bookings at the hotel in 2011 and 2012.The Royal Suite, billed at US$24,000 per
night, is listed at number 12 on World’s 15 most costly hotel rooms compiled by
CNN Go in 2012. Rooms are in high demand (even though rates
are over $2,000 per night) as many consider it to be a once-in-a-lifetime
Group spokesman say that there’s not a lot we can do to stop it. We’re not
encouraging the use of the term. We’ve never used it in our
advertising.”The Burj Al Arab is a five-star hotel, the highest official
ranking. While the hotel is sometimes erroneously described as “the
world’s only seven-star hotel”, the hotel management claims to never have
done that themselves.
From 2004 have an event call Tiger Woods teeing off. This event is
to play golf on helipad of Burj Al Arab.Tiger wood was paid for $1 million to play at the helipad whether
Tiger win or lose. In 2005, Andre Agassi and Roger Federer playing tennis at the helipad. This is the world
highest tennis .Andre Agassi and Roger Federer were invited to play a friendly
game.In 2006,Ronan Keating shot
the Music Video for his single “Iris”
at the Helipad of Burj Al Arab.At,2007, Where in the World is Matt Lauer? Was broadcast by The Today Show at the Helipad. In 2011,
Golfer Rory McIlroy performing
a bunker shot. In 2013, the event is Heli-lift
of Aston Martin Vanquish. Aston is celebrating their 100 year anniversary, so they
use helicopter to lift up the car to the top of the Dubai hotel.In 2013, David Coulthard performing donuts in
a Formula 1 racecar.
They are from the team of Red bull. Red Bull want to
celebrate its Fourth manufacturer Championship.In 2017, Nick Jacobsen kiteboards down
to the sea. He jumped off from the one of the tallest buildings in the