"Welcome to a city where everything impossible becomes possible"

"Desert changed into the skyline of skyscrapers and concrete jungle nonstop built spot on Earth. Luxury, activities, and future. A city full of innovation, growing businesses, and top hotels or restaurants finally got on my reach. I came with no expectations and no plan, new way of doing my holiday? Definitely no, although Dubai needs no plan to enjoy to full."
Bruno at Burj Al Arab
7-star hotel built on a man-made island became a worldwide statement to recognize Dubai for. Top service, the most spectacular lobby, and room with a feeling of Caesar's palace. Marble, gold finishes, and Swarowski crystals chandeliers. My plan for a day? To wake up with no alarm, breakfast with a sea view, and straight jump to the pool. Gym in the afternoon, swim at the most luxurious spa, evening shopping, and fantastic 6-course dinner. I could live like this forever. 
Bruno at Mandarin Oriental
After days well spent at Burj Al Arab, we packed our super full luggage and went to the second stop, Mandarin Oriental at Jumeirah. Never-ending beach with hot sand and pleasant sea temperature. Cocktails all day long, and many pools for swimming to choose from. Cozy rooms with homie feeling, luxurious bathroom with marble and silver finishes. Hop into the free-standing bath and go out to enjoy another Dubai night. 
back to my "Vampire holiday mood"
Every vacay is different. After years of traveling, I see the history of myself. Some places got me to run out of the hotel and get to know the city from early morning. In Dubai, I feel like spending more time enjoying the sun, sea, and spa. In the evening go out, have cocktails and fun. 
Shopping in Dubai 
Know that feeling when getting clothes from a multi-brand online store seeing a selection of designers from A to Z? In Dubai, you will find literally everything. Entering the mall seeing big fashion houses, spectacular high-end jewelry, and watch-maker stores, clothing, perfumes, home, electronics, art, or grocery. 
Fine Dining in Dubai 
Dubai as a "newborn" city would not miss having the best of the best on the table. Fine dining spots with the best locations and views and spectacular dishes on the plate. Snap a picture, post it, and then eat it. That is reality, right?
Eating Michelin at no Michelin. 
Dubai has no Michelin star restaurants, but Michelin star chefs are coming to Dubai to cook their "reinvented" and "deconstructed" dishes. Having our first dinner at Al Muntaha - Burj al Arab. Exceptional service and dishes prepared by two chefs holding 5 Michelin stars between them. Cipriani enjoying Mediterranean dishes, Hakassan at Atlantis - the Palm surprised with the best duck pancakes. Armani hotel restaurant, Thai place, or lunch at Ce La Vie facing the tallest building in the world Burj Khalifa. Celebrating my birthday with three different cakes at three different restaurants was quite a surprise. So thankful to get to visit all these magical places with people close to my heart.