The Burj Al Arab (Arabian Tower) is a Dubai hotel on an artificial island of 270 meters off the coast of Dubai, United Arab Emirates (UAE).
With a height of 321 meters, the hotel is the second highest in the world and one of the Dubai Hotels most representative.
In the sea on an artificial island to 270 meters from the beach in the Persian Gulf, this is connected to the mainland by a road.
The building started in 1994 and was officially inaugurated on December 1, 1999. Its shape is inspired by a sailing vessel and is located in a specific area so that the shadow does not cover the beach.
At the height of the hotel is a heliport, which is used as a tennis court which does not get helicopters.
The hotel is described as seven stars, a category that goes beyond the usual classification of hotels, from one to five, because of its conspicuous features that differentiate it from any other hotel in the world.
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Posted on: Monday, 26 de December de 2011