The Burj Al Arab in Dubai has been named the best hotel in the world by readers of The Telegraph’s luxury magazine Ultratravel.
Burj Al Arab is to offer couples the opportunity to get married on its helipad 212 metres above the Arabian Gulf – at a minimum price of $55,000.
A Dubai restaurant has installed interactive tables that allow guests to swipe through the menu, update their Facebook status and even order a taxi home.
Fashion legend Karl Lagerfeld is presenting the Chanel 2014/2015 Cruise Collection in Dubai.
London, Paris and Toronto are Americans’ favorite international destinations.
AT an event known as the Oscars of the travel industry, Dubai emerged the big winner of the night, sweeping some of the most coveted awards.
Hotel developers are partnering with major shopping centers to build properties inside sprawling retail spaces.
The Phantom Coupe Chicane pays homage to Goodwood, home to the historic Goodwood Motor Circuit and to the prestigious auto manufacturer’s headquarters.
According to The Khaleej Times, nearly half of the city’s 3,504 cab drivers have completed a tourist awareness training which teaches drivers about key landmarks, hotels, events and attractions in Dubai.
Marriott International Inc. has launched an Arabic version of its website in a bid to build on the USD 100 million of revenue booked annually through the site every year by customers in Arabic-speaking countries.
Guests booking a room at Shangri-La Hotel, Dubai, are in for a treat this July as the hotel is selling ten rooms for Dh10, valid for bookings on July 10 only.
Men’s lifestyle magazine GQ is poised to open a sleek new restaurant inside the world’s tallest hotel in Dubai.
Emaar Properties has revealed details of a new series of luxury apartments called Sky Collection, which occupies the upper storeys of a new development in Downtown Dubai.
A sprawling, palatial hotel and residence signed by luxury label Versace is set to open its doors next summer in the heart of Dubai.
Dubai has inaugurated the world’s tallest twisted tower built at a cost of $272 million, setting yet another record for skyscrapers.
The Dubai police force has added yet another incredible supercar to its fleet and this time it’s a Bugatti Veyron.
The 24-carat gold iPads, designed specifically for Burj Al Arab and engraved with the hotel’s logo, will be offered to every guest upon check-in.
Dubai police on Thursday showed off a new Ferrari they will use to patrol the city state, hot on the heels of a Lamborghini which joined the fleet earlier.
The Dubai Police authorities have unveiled a Ferrari FF as the latest addition to their fleet of patrol vehicles.
At an astonishing 1,164 feet from sidewalk to roof, the JW Marriott Marquis in Dubai officially opened as the world’s tallest hotel.