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Burj Al Arab, Dubai
With its distinctive billowing sail design, its position on its own man-made island and reputation for being just a smidgeon shorter than the Empire State Building (1,053 feet high), the Burj Al Arab certainly looks the part. And with its glittery gold, Versace-designed decor and underwater restaurant that is reached by submarine, it certainly has the wow factor.
Book one of the Royal Suites and youll be whisked to the hotel by Rolls-Royce from the airport, where youll enjoy your own private cinema, rotating bed and whirlpool bath with Hermes bath products. Plus your own butler to tend to your every need.
Fancy venturing outside? Well, if youre happy to pay an additional charge (whats a few more thousand?) youll be provided with a chauffeur-driven Rolls or helicopter to take you wherever you wish to go. And all for a princely £11,800 per night. Bargain.
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