One of the most expensive and luxurious hotels in the world, the Dubai-based Burj Al Arab Jumeirah has launched its online boutique to offer guests a touch of luxury that the hotel resonates.
The boutique offers a carefully curated selection of exquisite pieces including elegant jewellery and watches featuring the Burj Al Arab Jumeirah logo, stunning 24-carat gold-plated iDevices and gourmet Baklava gift sets as well as precious rock crystal souvenirs and chinaware inspired by the hotel’s structure and lobby design.
Smooth bath towels and robes, along with exclusive health and beauty products used within the hotel’s award-winning Talise Spa, are also available for purchase online. Further the signature Burj Al Arab Jumeirah bedding and beds are available too enabling guests to recreate the balance and serenity of the hotel’s sleep environment in their own homes.
Among the truly coveted and standout pieces are the Burj Al Arab Jumeirah’s DUX beds, which are the product of advanced sleep research and technology combined with the elegance of Swedish craftsmanship, while the indulgently soft Mühldorfer pillows and comforters are fashioned from premium-quality materials combined with a unique washing process in calcium-free mountain spring water from the Bavarian Forest.
“Guests receive the highest levels of care and attention at Burj Al Arab Jumeirah and leave having experienced a truly unforgettable stay. This exclusive online portal offers guests – and luxury-lovers worldwide – the chance to appreciate touches of our extraordinary hospitality within their own homes,” says general manager Anthony McHale.
“Whether it’s a keepsake of their stay or a special gift for a loved one, there is something for everyone at this online boutique. Items can also be personalised to create a unique and highly distinctive memento of this iconic property,” he adds.
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