What’s On has details of the Burj Al Arab luxury package for children in Dubai, where children get a butler, bespoke bed, personalised menus and more.

The world-renowned hotel now offers children a bespoke bed, bath wear, beach wear, private butler and personalised menus for infants and children.

Kids can make use of an in-suite PlayStation, 21” iMac and 24-carat gold iPad, and choose candy from the ‘Sweet Train’ brought direct to suites on a daily basis.

The package is free of charge to parents booking a suite costing from Dhs7,000 a night.

Should children wish to stray from the suite, they can lounge on a private beach or by the pool. Animal lovers can visit Jumeirah Group’s Dubai Turtle Rehabilitation Project, or for an adrenalin fix, Wild Wadi Waterpark or Sinbad’s Kids’ Club is a three-minute private buggy ride away.

For parents looking to travel light, Burj Al Arab provides air sterilisers, baby monitors, a private toy library, beachside ice lollies and matching parent-child robes and slippers.

Consistently voted the world’s most luxurious hotel, Burj Al Arab is one of Dubai’s most iconic landmarks. Designed to resemble a billowing sail, the 321-metre structure features reception desks on every floor, in-suite check-in and check-out, round-the-clock private butlers, a Rolls-Royce fleet, 202 suites each with a Jacuzzi and helipad stewards dressed in tuxedos.

Heinrich Morio, the general manager of Burj Al Arab, told Mail Online: ‘Luxury doesn’t have an age limit.

‘It is our job to create the ultimate experience for every Burj Al Arab guest. Our colleagues have a lot of fun finding imaginative and exhilarating ways to surprise and delight our youngest guests.

‘We empower our colleagues to find unique ways to “wow” children. Seeing the child’s excited reaction is as rewarding for us as it is for the child.’