Burj Al Arab, Dubai’s super luxurious seven star hotel just turned fifteen and all through the past years it has provided impeccable service to its patrons and luxuries like its own helipad, gold Ipads, pillow menus and duplex suites with its own butler service. Surrounded by the massive concrete honeycomb of rocks to protect the island from erosion, the only thing missing at the Burj was for its guests to take a leisurely long walk along the beach. Trust the management of the hotel to leave no stone unturned in providing a service for its guests and they are now planning to restructure the island in order to accommodate a beach on the Arabian Gulf side. The plans have been submitted to the Dubai authorities and Burj awaits permission to go ahead. No doubt there will be an inconvenience to the guests when work commences but the management at the Burj want to ensure that no guest is left wanting and are willing to undergo this challenging project to see that smile on the faces of their guests. Presently the guests at the Burj are taken by buggy to the Madinat beaches to enjoy the sea, sand and surf. Soon all they will need to do is step down from their hotel room.
[Via – The-National]