Burj Al Arab Expands Fleet of Rolls-Royce Phantoms

Travel News Asia Latest Travel News Podcasts Tuesday, 19 May 2009

One of the most famous hotels in the world and an iconic symbol of Dubai, the Burj Al Arab, has added four new bespoke model Phantom Rolls-Royces to its already extensive luxury vehicle range.

The four new Rolls-Royce grows the hotel's fleet of Phantoms to ten - all of which have custom-made features specifically crafted to reflect the unique opulence of the hotel.

The chauffeur driven models were borne out of the Bespoke Programme by Rolls-Royce, a method that allows customers to create their perfect car, designed and built to their exact specification.

The resulting interior boasts Grecian key marquetry applied to the wood veneer, with the distinctive Burj al Arab logo embroidered into the leather headrests. The colour scheme and the marquetry combine to represent the magnificence of the hotel.

We are extremely excited by the arrival of the new Phantoms, as we expect our guests will be. Our guests have long since enjoyed the chauffeur service as an essential part of their Burj Al Arab luxury experience and these additions will further enhance their experience, said Heinrich Morio, General Manager of Burj Al Arab. Unique detailing is a defining feature of Burj Al Arab and in line with Jumeirah Groups philosophy that luxury is a personalised, individual quality.

The Rolls-Royce chauffeur service is one of the many luxurious touches that complement a guests stay at the all-suite Burj Al Arab. Discreet in-suite check in, a private reception desk on every floor and a brigade of highly trained butlers providing around-the-clock attention, assure an unsurpassed personalised service at all times.

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