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All that glitters: Gold on 27 opens at the Burj al Arab

When the Burj al Arab first opened in 1999, it instantly became the Dubai’s most internationally recognizable landmark. Boasting a helipad, 7-star service, and butlers with every suite – the hotel offered a level of luxury which, at that time, was unparalleled. Design-wise, however, the hotel was known to be more over-the-top than of-the-moment. That […]

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The Meeting Place: Intersect by Lexus

Designed by cult interior designer Masamichi Katayama, and catered to individuals with an interest in the arts, culture and technology, guests here are invited to use the venue as a third space, a destination between work and home, where one can linger, converse, peruse the books, and enjoy a gourmet meal. The top floor encompasses […]

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Arabian Nights: Em Sherif

This Dubai restaurants looks as if it is straight out of the pages of an interior design magazine with its slate blue walls, Ottoman mirrors and gallery wall of mismatched antique porcelain plates adorning the walls. The restaurant also boasts a view of the Burj Khalifa and the Dubai fountain. With no menu, the kitchen […]

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