02 February, 2008

Dubai popular on US Bankers' Wish Lists

Readers polled by Trader Monthly picked a stay at the Raffles Dubai hotel, where the cheapest room will set a guest back $1,600 a night, as their top getaway spot.

"Dubai as a destination has become so alluring. It has that mystical, anything is possible, Disneyland-for-the-rich feel to it," Wenger (Editor of Trader Monthly) said.

Strange the things that get into print.

Why Raffles instead of the Burj Al Arab?

The whole report smacks of advertising for all the mentioned brands.

1 comment:

Kyle said...

Personally, I would have preferred this and this, Gulfstream G550 for a set of wheels on wings and the Royal Suite at the Emirates Palace :)

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