Hailed by a particular section of holidaymaker as a seven star hotel, Burj Al Arab is beyond doubt a luxury hotel with over 200 rooms in its structure of 60 floors. The room charges stick around two thousand dollars per room and once you check in you will be transported into a different world of hospitality and class. Spend your evenings at the Skyview Bar sipping into some plush cocktails costing a minimum of hundred dollars per drink and rejuvenate in the equally expensive Assawan Spa. If you think, that's not enough, how about commuting in a Rolls Royce limousine? Starry, isn't it?
You like jewelry or not, the sheer size and variety available in the Deira's Gold Souq makes you head towards it. One of the largest of its kind, this market is home to hundreds of shops dealing in gold, diamonds and pearls with a mind blowing range of stuff covering Arabian and Indian wedding jewelry, bangles and bracelets of all type and design you can ever imagine. The prices are in tandem with the class of the work and eventually are on the higher
Don't live under the illusion that the tax free Dubai is good for some reasonable bargain laden shopping. To get the best of the lot and enjoy a posh outing, hit the high end shopping malls. Quite similar to any town center in other parts of the world, these malls are extremely plush with fountains,