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Described as "A world of sophisticated beauty", Armani's flagship hotel in Dubai features exquisite design and refined taste as you would expect from anything bearing the Armani brand. Beautifully set within the world's tallest tower at Burj Khalifa, the Armani Hotel Dubai reflects Armani's passion for stylish comfort and functionality. The first in a series of resorts scheduled to open in various world locations, the Armani Hotel Dubai is Armani Hotel & Resort's pioneer property, sitting right at the heart of the cosmopolitan and modern city of Dubai.
Each of the rooms and suites at the Armani Hotel Dubai, which all take the unique form of the tower the hotel sits in, is finished with precious materials. The curved walls are clad in custom-created deluxe fabrics and hand made leather from Florence while floors are covered with Japanese Tatami and bathrooms feature dramatic green bamboo marble from Brazil. Each unique living space is furnished with bespoke Armani Casa pieces including oak tables with liquid metal finish created exclusively for the hotel. For the most fashionable of Dubai holidays there is no doubt the Armani Hotel Dubai is the place to stay.
At Armani Hotel Dubai's exclusive and exquisite collection of fashionable studios and suites guests can expect to find luxury amenities and stylish surroundings.
All rooms & suites feature the following amenities:
Armani Deluxe room*
Compact yet comfortable, the bedrooms are spread over 45 square metres. Situated across all floors and conveniently located next to the elevators.
Armani Classic Room*
These well-appointed 70 square metre bedrooms are mainly situated in the centre of the tower. Bedrooms bedrooms feature an entrance vestibule with closet, a living room, a bedroom and bathroom with separated shower and bathtub.
Armani Premiere Suite*
Located on all floors, the Armani Premiere are well-appointed 95 square metre guestrooms personally designed by Giorgio Armani. They feature an entrance vestibule with a restroom, an extra walk-in closet, living room, a bedroom and a bathroom with separated shower and bathtub.
Armani Fountain Suite*
Located across all floors, Armani Suites range from 70 to 95 square metres and are located across all floors. These rooms personally designed by Mr. Giorgio Armani offer stunning and uninterrupted views of The Dubai Fountain. The suites feature an entrance vestibule with a restroom, a living room, a compact storage closet, a bedroom and a bathroom with separated shower and bathtub.
Armani Executive Suite*
Located on all levels of Burj Khalifa, these spacious rooms are spread over 85 square metres and offer stunning and uninterrupted views of The Dubai Fountain. The room entirely designed by Mr. Armani, features an entrance vestibule with a restroom a living room, a small
storage closet, a bedroom, a bathroom with separated shower and bathtub.
* The Armani offers a new level of service under the Lifestyle Services department. Each hotel guest is assigned a personal Lifestyle Manager who will serve as a personal contact and host from the moment they make a reservation to the time they check out and even beyond. Hotel guests can ask their Lifestyle Managers for advice and help with everything from business and transportation arrangements, shopping, entertainment and meal recommendations to arranging for childcare.
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It isn't unusual for people to confuse Dubai with Abu Dhabi, and to mistake Dubai for the name of the country. Let's set things straight - Dubai is one of seven emirate cities in the country, United Arab Emirates (UAE). Abu Dhabi is the UAE's capital.
Dubai is the first emirate city to have been put on the map and now, the adult playground, needs no introduction. Abu Dhabi, its older sister, is a little less wild and is more of an administrative and residential emirate city. The next emirate to haul itself onto the tourist map is Ras al-Khaimah due to its orange deserts, blue waters lined by white sand beaches and pearl fishing legacy. Ajman and Sharjah are much smaller emirates and are fairly residential. Umm al-Quwain is also very quiet and offers few specific reasons to visit.
The United Arab Emirates is governed by the equivalent of kings, or Sheikhs, as they are locally known. The late Sheikh Zayed bin Sultan Al Nahyan was the founding sheikh of the Emirates in 1962, when oil was first discovered in Abu Dhabi. His eldest son, Sheikh Khalifa bin Zayed Al Nahyan, succeeded as ruler of Abu Dhabi and per the country's constitution, he also became president of the UAE. Sheikh Mohammad bin Zayed Al Nahyan succeeded Khalifa as Crown Prince of Abu Dhabi. In January 2006, Sheikh Maktoum bin Rashid Al Maktoum, the prime minister of the UAE and the ruler of Dubai, died, and the crown prince Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum assumed both roles.
The UAE, Bahrain and Qatar, were under British protection and rule until the late 1960s, when the countries were given their independence. It wasn't until 1972 that the seven emirates agreed to form the UAE federation.