Standing at 321 metres (1,053 feet) high, the sail-shaped Burj Al Arab is the third tallest hotel in the world and can be sighted in the distance from several different places in Dubai - it is seen here from the Madinat Jumeriah resort. Officially rated as a 5-star hotel, many journalists and hotel guests consider Burj Al Arab to be worthy of 7 stars. Fun Fact: The helipad on the roof of Burj Al Arab has hosted Tiger Woods playing golf, David Coulthard doing wheel spins in a Formula 1 racecar and Roger Federer and Andre Agassi playing tennis
A 7-Star Sail Hiding Behind a Souk - Dubai, United Arab Emirates

A 7-Star Sail Hiding Behind a Souk

   Copyright © Go To Travel Guides Standing at 321 metres (1,053 feet) high, the sail-shaped Burj Al Arab is the third tallest hotel in the world and can be sighted in the distance from several different places in Dubai - it is seen here from the Madinat Jumeriah resort. Officially rated as a 5-star hotel, many journalists and hotel guests consider Burj Al Arab to be worthy of 7 stars. Fun Fact: The helipad on the roof of Burj Al Arab has hosted Tiger Woods playing golf, David Coulthard doing wheel spins in a Formula 1 racecar and Roger Federer and Andre Agassi playing tennis

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