Gold for sheikhs and oligarchs: the most expensive room in the seven-star Burj Al Arab HotelPictolic
"The world is ruled by love and eternal values? Rationalism and convenience? No! The main thing is money, a lot of money! A two-storey room in the legendary Burj Al Arab Hotel in Dubai with two bedrooms and an office with a total area of 780 sq. m. m will emphasize in every detail that the guests here are really people who rule the world. From sheikhs and presidents to oligarchs and celebrities. And bloggers live here. There are two such rooms in the hotel, they are located on the top floor. They are almost always busy, but by a lucky coincidence one of them was free on that sunny autumn morning," says Sasha Cheban.
And yes, there is never much gold! In the Arab world, a completely different idea of style and beauty!
2. The legendary "Sail", the symbol of Dubai! This is not the newest hotel, but definitely the most status and recognizable. Burj Al Arab is 202 rooms, which are basically all deluxe, two-storey, stuffed with electronics and with a huge number of staff. But still, even among all the rooms there is the highest category - for the most important guests.
3. Two two-storey rooms of the Royal Two Bedroom Suite category are located on the top floor of the hotel, where a separate elevator leads. Here is a view down from the balcony.
5. "The Royal Two Bedroom Suite will exceed the expectations of even the most discerning guest, who will undoubtedly appreciate the impeccable restrained style, accentuated by extravagant interior details. The entrance to the room is through the hall on the top floor, where a personal elevator will take you.
Depending on your mood, you can choose a secluded vacation and admire the magnificent views of the bay, or invite guests to a dinner party and have fun. The working environment of the office is conducive to labor exploits. After an eventful day, it's so nice to sleep on a luxurious revolving bed."
..."impeccably restrained style", you say?! Let's see ... the main thing is to correctly adjust the white-gold balance in the camera for correct color reproduction.
6. Living room.
9. Especially for "Burj Al Arab" LG produces gold TVs, and every 25th frame they show a gold bar.
10. In total, the hotel has almost 2000 sq. m. The surface is covered with 24 carat gold!
11. Almost 10 thousand roses are used in the hotel every day! The staff has a team of florists.
14. A small bathroom next to the living room.
17. Stairs to the second floor.
23. Here you can always read the success story of the sheikhs of Dubai and scroll through the latest collection of "Porsches".
25. There is a mirror on the ceiling above all the beds in Burj Al Arab, it turned out to be a business card of the hotel.
26. The bathroom is in this bedroom.
29. Even the Valera hair dryer is gilded!
31. Entrance to the dressing room.
35. The second bedroom in the room. I don't understand why beds should be made round? What is the originality here?
39. For some reason, they decided to leave the iMac silver… Very unusual, this is the only frame when the camera was able to adjust to the correct white balance