Did you know that there is no such thing as a 7-star rating for a hotel? But in 1999, a journalist gave 7 stars to a hotel during its opening. It is one the tallest hotels in the world and built on a man-made island. Amazing, right?
Do you know where we need to travel to in order to stay in this hotel (and probably best to have some money with you if you do)?
It is indeed Dubai.
Officially, there is no such thing as a 7-star rating. The term 7-star was created by a journalist who attended the opening of the Burj Al Arab in Dubai and felt the standard five stars didn’t do its decadence justice. …
It’s one of the tallest hotels in the world and the reason why the term “7-star hotel” started. The impressiveness of this hotel starts just from its exterior, as it stands on a man-made island.
For those who have money to throw away on one luxurious night, the Royal Suite will not disappoint, yet it costs $20,000 per night with some sources claiming it costs an upwards of $27,000 per night. As the most expensive suite at Burj Al Arab, the Royal Suite features a butler service, cinema room, Rolls Royce chauffeur and a discreet check-in. Expect nothing less than 7-star service at this 7-star hotel.


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