Burj Al Arab has actually acquired 4 more Bespoke Rolls-Royce Phantom Series IIs for visitor arrivals and departures.

Every one is white and has the hotel’s signature golden logo embroidered into the leather seats, hand-crafted into the veneer and imprinted on the hand-painted coach-line.

They also have actually extended luggage storage area, custom coolers and storage in the rear doors.

“Burj Al Arab provides its visitors the peak of luxury, and the Rolls-Royce Phantom is a fitting expression of this pledge”, said Burj Al Arab basic manager Anthony McHale.

“We are thrilled that this exciting collaboration will deliver an even higher guest experience.”

The hotel recently celebrated it’s the 15th anniversary of its opening, with its Signature Dream Experience, featuring a Rolls-Royce Phantom pick-up, is among its offers to guests throughout the year.

Torsten Müller-Ötvös, CEO of Rolls-Royce Motor Cars, included: “We are happy to grow our longstanding collaboration with Burj Al Arab, the world’s most glamorous hotel. Introducing the splendid Phantom Series II is an excellent way to celebrate 15 years of success.”

While the purchase of the extra Rolls-Royces might burnish the luxury credentials of Burj Al Arab, the hotel will certainly still have some way to go to capture up with Louis XIII hotel in Macau.

Its owner recently tattooed an offer to spend United States $20 million to equip his new hotel with 30 Rolls-Royce Phantoms, the biggest fleet ever ordered, when it opens in the very first half of 2016.