Dubai’s luxury Burj Al Arab hotel is to offer couples the opportunity to get married on its iconic helipad, 212 metres above the Arabian Gulf, at a minimum price of AED200,000 ($55,000).
Each ceremony will be specially designed by a wedding architect who is responsible for every detail, hotelier Jumeirah Group said.
This is an amazing wedding package that will turn its helipad 212 meters in the sky into a unique wedding reception venue.
Add-on features with the wedding package include everything from a dramatic entrance aboard an Italian twin engine Augusta 109 aircraft or by terra firma in a Rolls Royce Phantom to accommodations, beauty, spa treatments and personal training sessions.
Couples can also develop a specially designed, bespoke wedding scent with a perfumer and take private lessons on etiquette and dance.
In 2004 Tiger Woods teed off the helipad and the following year Roger Federer and Andre Agassi challenged each other to a game of tennis there.