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Taj Dubai

28 September 2017

The toughest part about staying in one of Taj Dubai’s signature suites is knowing where to look first: the stunning open plan layout and palatial designs of the interior, or the unobstructed views of the world’s tallest building? First World problems of the highest order.

There are 296 rooms and suites here, but if you’re going for pure luxury, then consider two options: firstly, the Maharaja Suite. Decorated with traditional Indian motifs and cute handicraft, its prime location on the 33rd floor makes the large outdoor terrace (pictured) perfect for drinks with friends before heading into Downtown Dubai for the evening.

If you’d like to go one step further, then the Presidential Suite – occupying the entire 35th floor – has highlights including 360-degree views of the Burj Khalifa, a private yoga studio and gym.
Only rabid hunger can make a man leave such luxury, so head downstairs for craft ale at British gastro pub the Eloquent Elephant, reserve a table at authentic Indian restaurant, Bombay Brasserie, and close the evening with cocktails – and yet more Downtown views – at Treehouse.

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