This is what you can expect when you step into The Burj Club, a luxury wellness and fitness center located on the third floor of the Burj Khalifa oasis.
The Burj Club has everything to meet your wellness needs, from a state-of-the-art gym to a rooftop pool, a soothing spa, and a great restaurant.
Remember that the membership fees can be high, and it can get crowded during peak hours (4 pm to 6.30 pm).
There is, however, a way to get in and enjoy a tasty lunch or dinner at Rooftop Burj Club without getting a membership.
Getting to Burj Club
If you are already at the Burj Khalifa, take the elevator to the third floor and show your membership card, guest pass, or Burj Club dinner ticket at the front desk to get to the Burj Club Dubai.
If you are driving, park in the dedicated parking garage for easy access.
Also Read: How to reach Burj Khalifa from Dubai Airport
If you’re up for a food adventure, the Burj Club Dubai is where you want to be.
Dining options range from casual poolside meals to fancy dinners with a stunning view of the Burj Khalifa Water Fountain and the world’s tallest building.
Just keep in mind that the Dubai Burj Club opens at 11 am and closes at 12 am. Plan your visit accordingly.
Rooftop The Burj Club
Guests who are looking for a truly special dining experience can opt for the three-course meal at the Burj Khalifa Club restaurant.
The restaurant offers a variety of international dishes, from Middle Eastern classics to continental dishes to fresh seafood to traditional British fare.
The Burj Club menu is carefully curated to feature only the freshest and finest ingredients, and each dish is prepared with precision and care.
They also have a variety of vegetarian and vegan options.
In addition to great food, Rooftop also has live music and special events throughout the year.
You can even catch a glimpse of the Burj Khalifa fireworks and illuminations from their viewing platform.
Here is the complete Rooftop the Burj Club Menu:
Burj Khalifa Level 124 with a 3-course meal at Burj Club Restaurant
Rooftop is a bit pricey but worth it, especially for couples or groups on a budget.
You can get lunch or dinner at Rooftop Burj Club for as low as AED 294 ($80), depending on the season.
The three-course meal typically begins with an appetizer such as the Potato and Carrot Soup, made with fresh potatoes, carrots, and truffle oil.
This is followed by a main course, such as the Grilled Angus Beef Burger, served with aged cheddar cheese, lettuce, pickles, tomato, and French fries.
For dessert, guests can choose from a selection of delicious options, such as the Chocolate Lava Cake, served with warm vanilla ice cream.
With this ticket, you also get fast-track access to Burj Khalifa’s observation deck on floor 124.
This ticket includes:
Ticket prices (Rooftop, The Burj Club):
|Adult ticket (13+ year)
|AED 386 ($105)
|Child ticket (4 to 12 years)
|AED 294 ($80)
The Burj Club Dubai has a modest casual dress code. That means no shorts, flip-flops, or beachwear.
Instead, wear neat pants or skirts and closed-toe shoes. Men should wear a collared shirt or polo shirt. Women can wear a dress, skirt, or blouse.
There’s a lot of walking, so heels aren’t the best choice. Wear comfy shoes instead.
The Burj Club Brunch
Saturday brunch ticket prices:
|Adult ticket (13+ years)
|AED 249 ($68)
|Child ticket (6 to 12 years)
|AED 140 ($38)