WANDERLUST10 amazing facts about The Terrace at Burj Al Arab Jumeirah

Everything you need to know about Jumeirah’s new luxury leisure facility

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The Terrace at the Burj Al Arab Jumeirah is one of Dubai’s most extraordinary feats of engineering. Here, we reveal 10 awe-inspiring facts about the spectacular new luxury leisure facility.

 

It was built in Finland

The 10,000sqm facility was built by 160 craftsmen in Finland, and transported 2,800 miles to Dubai by sea.

Jumeirah Burj Al Arab Terrace infiniti pool with view of the ocean

 

There’s a saltwater infinity pool

This glass-like pool melts into the horizon to create the mirage of a continuous body of water.

 

The fresh water pool has a shaded swim-up bar

This means you can enjoy your favourite cooling tipple without having to leave the water.

 

You’ll find an incredible 10m tile mosaic on the bottom of the swimming pool

Enjoy an incredible pattern beneath your feet in shades of azure and gold.

 

The dazzling beach comprises 1,000 tonnes of white sand

The sand was imported from Saudi Arabia for its special qualities which means it doesn’t fly away when the wind blows.

 

There are four Jacuzzis

With multiple hot tubs there are plenty of bubbles for relaxing in (or Instagramming).

 

It has 32 luxurious air-conditioned cabanas

The cabanas are all serviced by your own private butler, so you can relax and cool off in privacy.

 

Eight Royal Cabanas offer the ultimate VIP service

These include private dining options, a spa menu, mini-bars, espresso machines, Bang & Olufsen TVs, a private bathroom, and a veranda overlooking the Gulf.

 

The Terrace stretches 100m into the Arabian Gulf

The size of the terrace means that there’s enough space for 400 sun loungers and 24 luxury day beds.

 

Scape Restaurant and Lounge is open to non-hotel guests

If you’re not fortunate enough to be staying at the hotel, you can pop in for a Californian-inspired lunch or dinner.  

 

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