Katie Malone, Director of Marketing and Public Relations - Burj Al Arab
Burj Al Arab, the World’s Most Luxurious Hotel, introduced today bespoke 24-carat gold iPads for its in-house guests. The exclusive launch makes Burj Al Arab the first hotel in the world to offer the Interactive Customer Experience (ICE) software available on the 24-carat gold iPads.
Ammar Hilal, hotel manager, Burj al Arab, speaks to Breaking Travel News at the World Travel Awards Middle East Gala Ceremony at Le Royal Meridien Beach Resort & Spa.
Burj Al Arab has unveiled its fully transformed aquarium, with an innovative décor and newly introduced exotic species of fish. The recently re-opened aquarium also boasts some of the most technically advanced underwater lighting, new artificial coral reefs and improved filtration systems.
Burj Al Arab is launching the Pinking Burj Al Arab campaign on tomorrow, in support of Breast Cancer Awareness Month. The highlight of the Pinking Burj Al Arab campaign is the exclusive one-of-a-kind 24-carat rose gold iPad created especially for the cause, with an engraved pink ribbon and the hotel’s logo, available only at Burj Al Arab.
Jumeirah’s Burj Al Arab in Dubai has launched a new site to showcase its new range of “Romance” packages, which have been designed for couples looking for the ultimate romantic experience. The campaign also includes a video series of four mini-episodes to encourage audiences to connect emotionally with the hotel.
The aquarium team of Burj Al Arab has announced the zebra shark inhabiting the aquarium at its underwater restaurant is the first shark of its species to reproduce without the presence of a male – a process known as parthenogenesis. The mother shark currently lives with her daughter, Nimr, who is one of 21 surviving zebra sharks to have been reproduced through the process of parthenogenesis since 2007.
The Burj Al Arab, voted “World’s Leading Hotel” by World Travel Awards, has unveiled its first TV advertising campaign which invites holidaymakers visiting Dubai to “leave the ordinary behind” by indulging in a stay at the uber-luxurious property.
Burj Al Arab Hotel, the jewel in the crown of the Jumeirah Group, joined other world renowned structures like the Empire State Building in New York, Table Mountain in Cape Town, CN Tower in Toronto and the London Eye to illuminate the night sky with a stunning green glow on St. Patrick’s Day.
With the announcement that Qatar will become the first Middle East nation to host the Fifa World Cup, the entire region is set for sport tourism windfall. From the Burj Al Arab to Ferrari World, BTN gives a rundown of the hotels and attractions set to reap the rewards from hosting the tournament.