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Burj Al Arab

3 Jumeirah Street | Burj Al-Arab Hotel, Dubai, United Arab Emirates
+971 4 301 7777
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Afternoon Tea at Sahn Eddar Restaurant in Burj al Arab with private Transfers
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  • Very good20%
  • Average7%
  • Poor1%
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“afternoon tea” (720 reviews)
“high tea” (336 reviews)
“skyview bar” (320 reviews)
3 Jumeirah Street | Burj Al-Arab Hotel, Dubai, United Arab Emirates
+971 4 301 7777
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Reviewed yesterday

We had drinks in the Skyview bar and it was very nice.. We did make reservations in advance and there is a minimum you have to spend but it was no issue. Patty and I had a great time there..

Thank Bill M
Reviewed yesterday via mobile

My expectations are always beaten every time we visit the Burj Al Arab Fantastic venue with superb view Service to die for and the food wowzer Just perfection We visited with our son who lives in Dubai as a great and yet again they hit...More

Thank rickyk
Reviewed yesterday

We had our dinner sat with the back drop been the Burj it was a magical experience.The food was excellent.As was the wine,The waiters worked really hard and we were well looked after.It was just such a shame the evening with KJ was just her...More

Thank R9202BHanns
Reviewed yesterday

This is a lovely place to visit, but quite expensive... After the valet, you will be greeted with a wall of changing water fountains (waterfall?) In the lobby, which is dressed with very impressive flower arrangements and maybe the nicest "watercloset" offered in any lobby....More

Thank alandab2016
Reviewed yesterday

THE MOST LUXURIOUS HOTEL IN THE WORLD. yes burj al arab is fancy, with gold platted columns, fanciest restaurants in the world, amazing service. ofcourse for all these services the price is going to be high.

Thank Samir K
Reviewed 2 days ago

It's got to be seen to be believed. 7 Star hotel in the heart of Dubai. We went for the high-tea which was delicious but you can enter by booking into one of the restaurants too. You cannot just walk into the hotel as security...More

Thank Lynsey C
Reviewed 3 days ago

We were in Skyview bar. You have to make a reservation in advance. The view were excellent. The drinks very tasty and the service was outstanding.

Thank Christel S
Reviewed 3 days ago

Great view of the gulf from the higher floors. Nice experience to walk around. Reception area is we decorated.

Thank 10shv
Reviewed 3 days ago via mobile

It was on my previous trip not this May of 2017 but in july of 2014 couldn't change the date here in the aap . But one word for Burj Al Arab WOW. It was a massive luncheon buffet. Some thing to write home about

Thank Mir k
Reviewed 3 days ago via mobile

I've just visited the Burj al Arab the second time - first time was approx. 15 years ago. What struck me upon arrival was the busy entrance area, where the Rolls Royces and Aston Martins now mingle with mini vans and tour buses - which...More

Thank David F
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When you say the drinks were expensive - can you give an idea of the cost of soft drinks/glass of wine please? Thank you.
April 23, 2017|
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Response from peteweir | Reviewed this property |
Glass of wine would be around £11 and don't know about the soft drinks
Jyotika G
Hi. We were looking to have tea at the burj for our 20th wedding anniversary in July. I just wondered if we would be better off having a meal instead in the evening. Has anyone done both so that they can recommend which is better? Also which restaurant. Many thanks
March 23, 2017|
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Response from Bi D | Reviewed this property |
It's all depending on your budget. Al Mahara is a good restaurant but pricey but you can see the fish under water. We also recently try the new restaurant call "Sense"with a trendy terrasse and a nice view of the sea, price... More
Hello everyone ,so I've booked for an afternoon tea with my husband in skyview bar at 4.15pm ( was booked for 1pm but thankfully one of the reviewer recommended the 4pm so I able to enjoy the sunset as well, so I changed my reservation to 4pm,therefore thank you very much for the suggestion!) it's my husband 40th birthday n also is our 12th wedding anniversary,so I really would like to make it very very special for us🙏🏼 Question 1--they reply to me n said the window seat can not be promised to reserve,I would like to know what time is the best time to go there is call early so I can be sure I get the window seat? 2--can we go in to the hotel very early so we can look around before we go up @4pm for the tea? 3-- Anyone recommend what can we do after the afternoon tea ? I would love to read everyone experience, any information at all would be very useful for me as a travel worrier 🙈thx again everyone
March 16, 2017|
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Response from DMCLKent | Reviewed this property |
Celebrated my 40th there with the 4pm afternoon tea in the skyview bar last week! They no longer reserve window seats despite prior request. Window seats now have a charge of 100DHM per table on top. First come first served... More