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afternoon tea burj al arab

anybody been to burj for aft tea if so was it booked on line or in dubai how much was it and was it good

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1. Re: afternoon tea burj al arab

We booked when we were there we got our concierge at the Hotel we were staying at to book it,

it was about £45 and yes it was worth it we got chamagne and strawberries to start and you could have refills then we had assorted sandwiches, a selection of cakes warm scones with cream and jamand if you wanted more you got it then we had chocolates, tea or coffee all in all lovely then we went to the sky view bar for a couple of rounds of cocktails 8-)

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Sorry forgot to say this was two years ago so it will be more expensive now ..

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3. Re: afternoon tea burj al arab

It is around 300 dirham.

On today's exchange rate that is about 62 Euro.

The cocktails aren't included so they would be extra.

As afternoon teas go it is good, there are nicer and cheaper ones to be found in Dubai but they do not have the experience and the view offered by the one in the Skyview bar of the Burj.

Edited: 07 May 2010, 07:58
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Latti - which are the better and cheaper ones?

Many thanks!

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5. Re: afternoon tea burj al arab

Most of the 5* hotels in Dubai offer afternoon tea in various settings.

The Ritz Carlton Library lounge is nice, as is the terrace at the One & Only Royal Mirage but, as I said, neither of those has the same view that you get from the Burj

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6. Re: afternoon tea burj al arab

Have been twice.... If you are going to Dubai it's a must do expensive.. Yes But the memories are worth every penny . Booked at Hotel and on line it's your call what you want to spend. The Burj Experience .

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