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Past week w/ friends has been a whirlwind! Dream hotel on thurs, The Met on fri, loft party Sat night, & today is Electric Daisy Carnival!
Last day in Paradise and I am poolside at the Burj Al Arab. The weather is a perfect 78 degrees and there is a light breeze blowing to keep cool under the warm sun. The attendant brings a cooler full of water and cool towels, adjusts the umbrella down for maximum sun soaking, and returns frequently to ask if everything is alright. I have heard that there is something like 5 employees to every guest at the Burj Al Arab but I did not have a chance to confirm that number. I have a feeling it is quite accurate judging from the attentiveness of the staff. At times - and I can’t believe I am saying this - can be a little TOO much. Especially if you want to disconnect and have some quiet moments to yourself. I suspect that the clientele that I observed at the B.A.A. soaks up this attention and also demands it!
There was nothing that could have prepared me for walking into this duplex room with sweeping views of the turquoise blue ocean and the coastline of Dubai. Decorated in hues of bright reds, blues, yellows, gold, and dark mahogany wood, I wondered if I was entering a luxury suite or some secret corner of a Sheikh’s palace. The first floor living room decorated with a comfortable L-Shaped sofa that seats approximately 8 - 10 people, a round dining table, and an adjacent desk complete with a laptop, printer/fax machine. The butler arrived to explain all of the gems of the room, the minibar stocked with water and sodas of my preference were complimentary, and the secret panel in the wall hides an espresso maker. As we ascend the marble staircase to the second floor there is a spacious dressing area, a bedroom that is easily 500 SF, and a marble bathroom with jacuzzi tub and separate shower. This place is massive!
Embarking on a Desert Safari with Arabian Adventures! Before our safari begins we pull into the welcome center for a quick photo op with camels and watching a falcon show! Once the safari begins we embark on an exciting dune drive in a 4x4 over the rolling hills of the desert followed by a stop at sunset to take pictures. The sunset was beautiful and I was able to take some of the best photos of the trip as the sun set behind the group. About 20 minutes later we pull into the camp for a some dinner, camel rides, shisha, and a belly dancing show! All in all it was a 7 hour trip and well worth the price! I highly recommend!