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Hassle-free bookings to Dubai's top attraction that allows you access to the 124th-floor observation deck and the 'A Falcon’s Eye View' exhibition on the 125th floor.
Two Dubai superstar attractions in one with access to the 124th-floor observation deck of the world's tallest tower and shark and crocodile spotting at Dubai Aquarium.
Enjoy cocktails at the world's highest lounge in the Burj Khalifa.
The perfect spot in Dubai to see the sunset over the desert horizon with champagne, at a height of 585 meters.
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Fantastic, amazing, no queuing, great value for money
Visiting the Burj Al-Arab, the only 7-stars hotel in the world could be tricky; in fact, almost impossible if you're not a guest. With an average night per room averaging at $8,000 you can imagine why. So, if you can't afford to stay there the only other option to see the inside of this hotel is to book this tour. Initially it appears a bit pricey but when we arrived at the Burj Al-Arab, we were treated like royalty, no BS! The tour description mentions "afternoon tea" but in actuality it's much more than that. The entire experience consisted of a 7-course super duper fancy lunch--mostly hors d'oeuvre and desserts, but I can tell you that after the 7th course we were stuffed! They also served us fancy coffees, teas, and an incredibly delicious fizzy apple juice (from France?). After spending about 2 hours at the Burj Al-Arab, we were taken to the Burj Khalifa. We were able to go the 125th floor, which is not the highest, but the views are good. Dubai during the summer time (and spring?) is so hazy that it's impossible to see, for example, the Burj Al-Arab from the Burj Khalifa. That'll give an idea of the kind of views you're going to get. I was told that when it's really humid, the humidity in the air holds the dust that's always in the air, and as result, the atmosphere really looks like downtown Beijing--although it's not air pollution at all. Of course, the views are not at all the responsibility of the tour company. It's mother nature at its best (or worst?). All in all though, this tour is well worth the money that you paid for and more! By the way, when you're at the Burj Al-Arab, you can get free wi-fi and update your Facebook status from there. My friends really thought I was staying there--pretty cool, huh!
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