With your chauffeur driven Rolls Royce, discreet in-suite check in, private reception desk on every floor and a brigade of highly trained butlers who provide around-the-clock attention, you can be assured of a highly personalised service throughout your stay at the Burj al Arab Hotel hotel in Dubai, which is in the United Arab Emirates. www.Burj Al Arab Hotel.com
Apparently, it’s $50 just to enter the lobby and look around….. Burj al Arab Hotel article.
Of course, this place is just for tourists. Saudi Arabian women can’t visit, at least by themselves. They must be accompanied by a male relative any time they leave the house. They cannot drive, they cannot vote, and they cannot socialize with the opposite sex. They can only go shopping at special hours or at special malls where men are not allowed. They cannot go to school with men, work with men who are not their husbands, even drive in a cab, unless the cab driver is their relative. They can’t attend or have a dinner party, unless it’s just other women, go to the amusement park, go to a museum or the theatre, go see a movie, go to the zoo, go to a restaurant or go anywhere else unaccompanied by their husband or another male relative.
Interesting culture. Wikipedia – Saudi Arabia.