Dubai's Fanciest Hotel Has Sheets Tested By NASA And The Biggest Turkish Bath In The Middle East


Inspired by the extravagant Ottoman Empire, hand painted frescoes adorn the walls and ceilings of the recently opened Jumeirah Zabeel Saray Hotel in Dubai.

According to the Daily Mail, the luxurious hotel features NASA-tested bed linen and suite baths big enough for “12 burly rugby players.”

Developed by Zabeel Properties, the five-star hotel on Dubai’s Palm Jumeirah has 42 individual spa rooms, three Turkish Hammams (or baths), 38 villas situated on the beach and two bars fully equipped with “cognacs, cigars and chocolates paired by an in-house sommelier.”

Prices start at $227 per night.

The magnificent front-view of the ultra-luxe hotel

Another very grand entrance

The imperial lobby

The gold theme is apparent throughout the property

Reportedly the largest Turkish bath in the Middle East

Another extravagant Turkish hammam

Over-the-top water-lit steps

A sitting area replicating ancient royal designs

One of the many majestic villas

A posh sitting area inside a suite

Marble and drapery in the entrance of a bath house

A picturesque water view

An endlessly magnificent hallway

An all-day dining restaurant, Imperium

An elaborate entryway

One of the Grand Luxe rooms

A Grand Luxe bedroom

The Junior Suite is still pretty magnificent

The amazing beach view

Infinite pool in front of the beach

A sprawling lagoon pool

The Vol Restaurant inside the hotel

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