‘Say I do’ on the helipad of the luxurious Burj Al Arab

The Burj Al Arab helipad has a history of hosting splendid events, be it the friendly tennis match between Roger Federer and Andre Agassi in 2005 or Formula One Champion David Coulthard doing donuts in a Red Bull Racing car. The World’s most luxurious hotel is now set to stage weddings on its helipad, 212 meters above the azure Arabian Gulf.

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Hotel’s in-house wedding architect will be responsible for every wedding detail. The couple planning to get married at the Burj Al Arab will have access to top haute couturiers, Dubai’s best jewelers, private after-hours access to top luxury fashion brands, beauty treatments from celebrity personal trainers as well as private etiquette and dance lessons.

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Rolls Royce
The wedding couple can also consult hotel’s Executive Chef Johannes Bonin for wedding cake design and flavor as well as the team of florists. Beverage sampling and private tasting sessions are also available on site.
All the guests will arrive at the Burj Al Arab by air in Italian twin engine Augusta 109 or by road in Chauffeur driven Rolls Royce Phantom. “We’re always looking for new and special ways to delight our guests. We believe a once-in-a-lifetime event deserves a one-of-a-kind venue and are thrilled to add this special location to our ultimate experience collection,” Heinrich Morio, General Manager at the Burj Al Arab was quoted as saying.
The wedding packages start from AED 200,000 (or around US $55,000).

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