Inside the most powerful hotel on social media: Dubai icon boasts a helipad, a £19,000-a-night suite and half a million Instagram followers

With its outlandish decor, celebrity-stamped clientele and gold-plated iPads in every room, there is nothing modest about the Burj Al Arab hotel in Dubai. Which is perhaps why the seven-star establishment, equipped with its own helipad, is the most …
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