The Burj Al Arab is a lavish and luxurious hotel situated in Dubai. It is the third tallest hotel on the planet. However 39% of its aggregate height is comprised of non-occupiable space. Burj Al Arab remains on an artificial island 280 m from Jumeirah beach and is well connected with the terrain by a private bridge. The state of the structure is intended to look like the sail of a ship. It has a helipad close to the rooftop at a height of 210 m over the ground.
The beachfront region where Burj Al Arab and Jumeirah Beach Hotel are located was earlier known as Chicago Beach.The hotel is situated on an island of recovered land 280 meters seaward of the beach of the previous Chicago Beach Hotel.The area's name had its starting points in the Chicago Bridge and Iron Company which at one time welded mammoth coasting oil storage tanks, referred to locally as Kazzans on the site.
The Burz Al Arab is overseen by the Jumeirah Group. In spite of its size, Burj Al Arab holds just 28 twofold story floors which oblige 202 room suites. The smallest suite involves an area of 1,820 sq ft, the biggest spreads over 8,400 sq ft
The Burj Al Arab is a five-star hotel, the most noteworthy positioning. While the hotel is sometimes wrongly portrayed as "the world's only seven-star hotel".