Dubai’s Burj Al Arab Jumeirah to offer a new ‘private luxury’ experience to guests


The famous Burj Al Arab Jumeirah hotel in Dubai is going to open a new pool deck fanned out over the ocean. The hotel has already been established itself as a symbol of modern affluence and the newly built pool deck will definitely make it a place to have exclusive guest experience in the United Arab Emirates.

The self-assessed seven-star hotel sits on an artificial island in Dubai. The sail-shaped structure is known around the world for its extravagance and lavishness and this new pool deck will certainly add to that opulence.


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The soon-to-be-opened North Deck will occupy 10,000 square metres and stretch 100 metres into the Arabian Gulf. Featuring an eco-friendly design, the deck has an 828-square-metre salt water pool, a 612-square-metre fresh water pool, 400 sun loungers, 32 cabanas, a restaurant, a bar, and an artificial reef. It will offer the guests spectacular views of the city and ocean and a shade for marine life.

A Swiss marine constructed company named ADMARES built the deck off-site in six sections. The 5000-tonne structure is supposed to be transported to Dubai by sea in mid-February. Due to its enormous size, the deck’s installation will require retrieving land from the ocean.


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The North Deck is slated to officially launch at the second quarter of 2016. It is certainly going to be a new home for rich around the world that wants to enjoy a ‘private luxury’ experience.

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