To be married couples who want to make a truly unforgettable and “one of a kind” wedding ceremony may be certainly interested in organizing their wedding in Dubai, where Burj Al Arab, the highest building in the world, started offering a brand new service. Now couples can book one of the hotel’s helipads for wedding ceremony purposes and, thus, get a “wedding in the sky” at a height of 212m and enjoy fantastic looks of the Arabian Gulf.
As Heinrich Morio, general manager of Burj Al Arab, mentioned, they always try to find ways how to please and amaze their customers. This time they decided to pay attention to couples who are about to register their marriage. As wedding is a “once-in-a-lifetime” event, it’s natural that couples want to find a special location that will leave unforgettable memories. The ability to register marriage in the sky is unusual, so the hotel’s staff thinks that the new service will be popular.
This is not the first time Burj Al Arab offers unique activities for its customers. The most notable feature of the tower its height was used by the company before. In 2004, famous golf player Tiger Woods teed of the helipad, and a year later, in 2005, Andre Agassi and Roger Federer used the helipad to play tennis there. Later, in 2011, Rory McIlroy made a hole-in-one shot from the helipad, and in 2013 David Coulthard, Formula One Champion, made donuts in a Red Bull racing car.