Elite*Posters Burj Al Arab HotelDubai Large Photo Art Poster 61 by 91.5cm
This is a Burj Al Arab HotelDubai Large Photo Art Poster which measures approximately 61 by 91.5cm. All of our posters are NEW and in MINT...... more
This is a Burj Al Arab HotelDubai Large Photo Art Poster which measures approximately 61 by 91.5cm. All of our posters are NEW and in MINT condition, rolled, sealed and shipped in sturdy cardboard tubes to arrive in perfect condition. We do not charge postage for additional posters. We only charge one postage fee regardless of how many posters you buy in one order.
Paul Sinus Art A highlight of Burj al Arab!! Decorative painting on canvas xxl large framed pictures (Dubai-beauty-2-120x80cm/47,2"x31,5"Inch) HD ready with large wooden frame. Execution of fine art print on canvas as a wall picture with frame. Cheaper than oil painting or posters with picture frames. Picture type (Dubaihotel Burj al Arab sea sunset holiday).
FINE ART print on canvas. This picture is already perfectly stretched on an approx. 2 cm thick gallery wedge frame. Your work of art can be hung immediately on...... more
FINE ART print on canvas. This picture is already perfectly stretched on an approx. 2 cm thick gallery wedge frame. Your work of art can be hung immediately on the wall. The high-quality canvas is stapled on the back to ensure ideal stretching. The side margins are printed for this purpose to create a particularly decorative effect. Prong hangers are fitted to the frame for hanging the picture.
In less than two decades, Dubai has transformed itself from an obscure Gulf emirate into a global centre for business, tourism, and luxury living. It is...... more
In less than two decades, Dubai has transformed itself from an obscure Gulf emirate into a global centre for business, tourism, and luxury living. It is a fascinating case study in light-speed urban development, hyperconsumerism, massive immigration, and vertiginous inequality. Its rulers have succeeded in making Dubai into a worldwide brand, publicizing its astonishing hotels and leisure opportunities while at the same time successfully downplaying its complex policies towards guest workers and suppression of dissent. In this enormously readable book, Syed Ali delves beneath the dazzling surface to analyze how - and at what cost - Dubai has achieved such success. Ali brings alive a society rigidly divided between expatriate Westerners living self-indulgent lifestyles on short-term work visas, native Emiratis who are largely passive observers and beneficiaries of what Dubai has become, and workers from the developing world who provide the manual labour and domestic service needed to keep the emirate running, often at great personal cost.
The Burj Al Arab Hotel in Dubai is known as the worlds only 7 star hotel opened in December 1999. Its unique shape makes it appear short...... more
The Burj Al Arab Hotel in Dubai is known as the worlds only 7 star hotel opened in December 1999. Its unique shape makes it appear short since looking at it makes you see a boat gliding in the wind. This all-suite hotel reflects the finest that the world has to offer. Expect over-the-top luxury here
Advantages: Exclusive, brilliant, luxurious, great service Disadvantages: very expensive
...The Burj Al Arab also known as The Tower of Arabs is one of the major attractions in Dubai. It is located on a man-made island on the Persian Gulf. It was once the tallest building in the world used exclusively as a hotel. It is now the third tallest hotel due to two taller buildings being built, which are used exclusively as hotels just like the Burj Al Arab. The second tallest hotel is located...
Advantages: Everything - a real experience hotel Disadvantages: Cost - A little too far from Town for easy shopping/eating out
...The Burj-Al-Arab (Arabian Tower) is Dubai and the UAE's answer to the landmark symbols of other countries, they compare it to the Eiffel tower (it's slightly taller by virtue of its mast) and other icons.
The Burj is said to be the world's only 7 star hotel - this is something that has to be taken with a pinch of salt, hotel stars are usually awarded by national tourist authorities and in my...
Advantages: Great location, handy kitchen, various pools Disadvantages: None
...When we decided to spend Christmas in Dubai, I spent a few evenings online looking at possible places to stay. It worked out cheaper to book flights and accommodation separately, and thus we had a completely free choice of any of the vast number of hotels in the city. We decided that an apartment or suite of some kind might be useful, allowing us the freedom to prepare some meals ourselves rather...