Dubai’s most iconic hotel – Burj Al Arab unveiled its new beach leisure facility, called the Terrace. Set in the stunning azure waters of the Arabian Gulf, the Terrace is a remarkable, one-of-a-kind restaurant, pool, beach and cabana space, offering hotel guests and Burj Al Arab members the finest Arabian hospitality. The facility, operated by Jumeirah, was opened by Vice-President and Prime Minister of the UAE and Dubai’s ruler His Highness Sheikh Mohammed Bin Rashid Al Maktoum.
Burj Al Arab Terrace is a world-first in marine and off-site construction, having been developed by marine construction experts ADMARES at a shipyard site in Finland. It was then transported by ship to Dubai in eight pieces, ensuring minimal distruption to guests, as well as the seabed and marine life.
Now in place, the private 10,000m2 outdoor luxury leisure facility seamlessly stretches 100m out into the sea and is home to Scape Restaurant & Bar, two stunning pools, dedicated 32 butler-serviced cabanas, and a beach area with luxury day and sunbeds.
As such, Burj Al Arab Terrace is not only pushing the boundaries of construction, but also of design, architecture and hospitality.
According to The National, an annual membership is priced at Dhs 100,000, while membership for a couple and two children under 16 will cost Dhs 125,000.