10 Most Expensive Middle East Hotels
Here are 10 hotels that will most likely break the bank of all but the richest…just taking into account the basic rate for the cheapest rooms.
You can be sure that the guests filing out of the Burj Al Arab hotel in Dubai don’t count their pennies. Because according to a new ranking, the luxury property is the most expensive in the region.
After crunching the numbers, editors at luxury-hotels.com came up with a ranking that lists the most expensive hotels in the Middle East based on room rates during the month of November when hotels post the highest average daily rates.
At the Burj Al Arab, instantly recognizable from a distance for its sail-like design, the minimum room rate is $1,928, making it the most expensive hotel in the region.
Prices reflect the cheapest available rate for a double room between November 1 and 30.
Rounding out the top three spots is the Al Maha (Dubai) at $1,776 and Six Senses Zighy Bay (Oman) at $1,330.
The list shows that Dubai – the city of superlatives, where opulence comes to bask – is home to the most expensive hotel rooms, dominating the top 10 list with eight addresses.
Looking to travel to the Middle East? Here are the hotels that will set you back the most:
- 1. Burj Al Arab (Dubai, United Arab Emirates) $1928
- 2. Al Maha (Dubai, United Arab Emirates) $1776
- 3. Six Senses Zighy Bay (Oman) $1330
- 4. Jannah Place Hotel (Dubai, United Arab Emirates) $1271
- 5. One&Only The Palm (Dubai, United Arab Emirates) $1024
- 6. Zaya Nurai Island Resort (Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates) $919
- 7. Jumeirah Mina A Salam (Dubai, United Arab Emirates) $914
- 8. Jumeirah Dar Al Masyaf (Dubai, United Arab Emirates) $883
- 9. Four Seasons Dubai at Jumeirah Beach (Dubai, United Arab Emirates) $849
- 10. Jumeirah Al Qasr (Dubai, United Arab Emirates) $751