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Burj Al Arab Jumeirah unveils its exclusive Eight Kinds of Extraordinary experience

Burj Al Arab Jumeirah, the World’s Most Luxurious Hotel, has unveiled Eight Kinds of Extraordinary experience – a first-of-its-kind tailor-made package aiming at attracting affluent and sophisticated Chinese travellers.

Designed with most the discerning Chinese audience in mind, the élite Eight Kinds of Extraordinary Package includes – among many luxuries - a spectacular scenic tour with a Mandarin-speaking butler in a Rolls-Royce Phantom II Series, a lavish duplex suite and desirable Le Jardin de Monsieur Li by Hermès for him and her.

With the reputation of Burj Al Arab Jumeirah as the pinnacle of luxury hospitality, more Chinese travellers preferring to travel independently*, and Dubai ranking as one of the most sought-after luxury travel destinations, the Eight Kinds of Extraordinary Package is the perfect solution for the evolving travel preferences of the Chinese market. 

 

The Eight Kinds of Extraordinary Package includes: 
 
Roundtrip Airport Transfers in Rolls Royce Phantom Series II.
 
Complimentary breakfast for two in Junsui, our Far-East Asian restaurant.
A duplex suite with magnificent panoramic views of the Arabian Gulf with complimentary use of the Gold iPad, with Chinese as preferred language, throughout your stay.
 
A 24-hour Mandarin-speaking butler.
 
Private tour of Dubai for two in Rolls-Royce Phantom Series II accompanied by a Mandarin-speaking guide.
 
Complimentary lunch or dinner for two at Al Mahara, our fine-dining restaurant.
 
La Prairie Whitening Facial for her and Sundari Ayurvedic Facial for him at Burj Al Arab’s Talise Spa.
 
Luxurious giveaway, Le Jardin de Monsieur Li, by Hermès for him and her.
 
Starting from AED 8,990**, guests wishing to experience the Eight Kinds of Extraordinary Package can book by visiting our page, calling +971 4 301 7400 or emailing BAAreservations@jumeirah.com.
 
For more information about the Eight Kinds of Extraordinary package, please click here. 
* Data taken from the recent report by Chinese International Travel Monitor 
**Terms and conditions apply.
 

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