One of the most well-known tourist destinations in the modern era is definitely Dubai. The entire city is like a huge playground filled with stunning skyscrapers, luxurious lifestyles, and some of the most opulent retail malls ever built. But Dubai is home to some of the most expensive and opulent hotels in the entire world, so that’s not all.
Therefore, if you have more money than you can imagine, Dubai, a glamorous city, is waiting for you to spend some opulent nights there. Whether you’re up for it or not, let’s look at Dubai’s top 10 most pricey hotels based on average room rates per night.
1. Palazzo Versace Dubai – $21,000- per night
The luxury hotel Palazzo Versace Dubai, which conjures a 16th-century Italian palace in a Neoclassical style with Arabian architectural details, has the title of most costly hotel in Dubai. The hotel is a true representation of the Versace way of life, with fine Italian furnishings that Versace specifically designed and had constructed for the establishment.
With 8 restaurants and bars, the Palazzo Versace offers 215 rooms and suites, 169 villas, and a no-frills interior palace court that was once used for socialising, dining, and simply passing the time.
2. Atlantis the Palm – $18,151 per night
A wonderful twist is included in Atlantis the Palm. It is a themed hotel that is based on the myth of the lost city of Atlantis and boasts as its centrepiece a stunning aquarium that is home to 65,000 marine creatures.
For guests’ enjoyment, there are swimming pools, a luxurious spa, and a mile-long man-made beach. There are many options for dining, drinking, and partying nearby, in addition to full access to the Aquaventure Waterpark.
Burj al Arab – $10,890 per night
The name that most people are familiar with is undoubtedly “The Burj al Arab.” It was the first hotel in the world to receive seven stars and has consistently won votes for the title of most opulent hotel in the world. A few of the amenities given by Burj al Arab include chauffeur-driven Rolls-Royces, helicopter rides, private beaches, and luxury relaxation on breathtaking poolside cabanas and terraces. This hotel is known across the world for providing the most prestigious services to its visitors.
Personal butlers, secret check-ins, and some of the top restaurants in the world, like the famed Nathan Outlaw at Al Mahara, make the Burj al Arab an incredibly opulent place to stay while on vacation. However, it only ranks third on our list.
4. Four Seasons Resort Dubai – $11,000 per night
The Four Seasons Resort Dubai in Jumeirah offers poolside cabanas and open-air lounges, as well as many amenities like a high-end fitness centre, water sports, and access to a variety of restaurants, bars, and nightclubs. It is located directly between the magnificent waters of the Arabian Gulf and the stunning skyline of the city of Dubai.
5. W Dubai – The Palm – $8,350 per night
The W Dubai Hotel makes use of the fact that The Palm is perhaps one of the most famous locations on Earth. The hotel, which has at least 350 guest rooms and suites with complete views of the man-made island, is undoubtedly a favourite of many wealthy guests.
The 550 square metre Mega Suite, which includes a living and sitting area, dining area, dining room, living room and walk-in closet, is the centrepiece of W Dubai. It also includes some of the most luxurious amenities one could ask for, including free breakfast, nightly turndown service and touchscreen controls in the rooms.
6. Jumeirah Al Naseem – Madinat Jumeirah – $5,572 per night
The most recent addition to the renowned Madinat Jumeirah is Jumeirah Al Naseem. The hotel has an extraordinary décor that draws heavily on Dubai’s neighbouring sand dunes, sea wind, incredible heritage of pearl diving, and Bedouin customs.
The Jumeirah Al Naseem’s 387 rooms, 43 suites, 50 top-notch restaurants, and bars are nothing short of spectacular on all counts. On the terraces outdoors, visitors may take in lovely views of the lush gardens and sandy beach while having a blast at the Wild Wadi Water Park.
7. Armani Hotel Dubai – $3,911 per night
The first hotel ever created by Giorgio Armani is the Armani Hotel Dubai. The Armani Hotel is located in Downtown Dubai at the Burj Khalifa, the highest building in the world. It has a friendly and upscale ambience and provides each visitor with individualised service and the famed Italian hospitality.
As you might anticipate, the 160 guest rooms and suites offer some of the most breathtaking views of Dubai.
8. Aspen Ski Chalet by Kempinski – $3,639 per night
In spite of initial scepticism, the Aspen Ski Chalet by Kempinski Hotel at The Mall of the Emirates is now perhaps one of Dubai’s top tourist destinations, mostly due to its peculiarity. In Al Barsha, the stunning Ski Dubai is located right next to the one-bedroom ski chalet.
The incredible chalet has state-of-the-art equipment, a faux stone fireplace, a large marble bathroom, a wonderful kitchenette and of course Butler service waiting for its visitors. Additionally, guests will enjoy the Snow Park at Ski Dubai, as well as other perks like the daily breakfast in the Executive Lounge, evening drinks and tranquil nights at the Noir Bar.
9. Jumeirah Dar Al Masyaf – Madinat Jumeirah – $3,511 per night
The Jumeirah Dar Al Masyaf resort is located in the exclusive neighbourhood of Madinat Jumeirah and is surrounded by amazing waterways, serene gardens, pools, and a private beach with white sand. It features some of the most handsome guest rooms, superb courtyards, and individualised butler service, providing the best of the Arabian luxury experience.
The resort is divided into summerhouses, each of which has one suite and nine to eleven guest rooms.
10. The Bvlgari Resort Dubai – $3,217 per night
The well-known company Bvlgari couldn’t have missed out on the global market for opulent hotels & resorts, so they constructed its own little slice of heaven right on the created Jumeirah Bay Island. The resort was developed by the same renowned Italian architectural firm, Antonio Citterio Patricia Viel, that also designed all of the other Bvlgari Hotels & Resorts.
The Bvlgari Resort Dubai is one of the most impressive hotels not only in the United Arab Emirates but also in the entire world, with no less than 101 rooms and suites, including the opulent 20 beachfront pool villas. Along with the other amenities the resort has planned, such as restaurants, private beaches, indoor pools, a fitness centre, and beauty salons, as well as a private Marina with 50 boat berths and the Bvlgari Yacht Club, the first of its kind in the world, the villas will feature lush gardens and breathtaking sea views.