Burj Al Arab, one of the most luxurious hotels, has received four new bespoke model Phantom Rolls-Royce’s into its already extensive luxury vehicle range.

The iconic hotel has enlarged the fleet of Phantoms to ten - all of which have custom-made features specifically crafted to reflect the unique opulence of the hotel.

The four Special Edition Phantoms are hand built with custom-made wood with Gold Inlays matching the Burj Al Arab logo and unique Greek inlays harmonizing with the hotel’s rooms.

Burj al-Arab has the most luxurious interior imaginable.

There is no exact data about the cost of the hotel, but rumours say that the return of investment could be 100 years, although the nights at Burj al-Arab start at $1000.

The Royal Suite costs $28000 per night.

There are 202 duplex suites in the hotel, the smallest suite starts at 169 m², and the largest is 780 m².

Each suite has floor to the ceiling windows with spectacular views on the Persian Gulf.

Every suite has sumptuous living and dining area, and office facilities. They are equipped with 42 inch Plasma screen TV, and everything is automated and can be controlled via remote.