Boasting the most opulent accommodation, high-end boutiques, a never ending array of award-winning fine dining restaurants and incredibly sumptuous spas – when it comes to out-of-this-world hotels nowhere competes with Dubai.

With hotels offering an already unsurpassed level of luxury as standard, where do you stay if you’re looking for new heights?

A super-suite is the ideal option and here, we look at some of the best that the Emirate has to offer…

Burj Al Arab:
Hailed as the world’s most luxurious hotel, it will come as no surprise that behind the iconic sail shaped facade lies a truly extraordinary all-suite accommodation experience.

Even the most 'basic' options at the hotel are far more luxurious than you’ll find as the high-end offering in many other hotels, but at the top of the scale, the leading suites are quite simply on another level.

The Presidential Suite as a prime example covers an area of 667sq metres across tewo levels, with a kitchen, dining room, two bars (personalised to your taste), two bedrooms and your own private library. You also get access to world class butler, and 24 hour concierge service

The suite features an array of ‘his and hers’ Hermès products and walk-in shower, Jacuzzi/spa bath prepared by the butler, a pillow menu and a high-tech remote controlled environment including curtains, TV, en suite music and lights.

You also get access to the Summersalt Beach Club and the Wild Wadi Waterpark, as well as to the hotel’s luxury spa and private beach.

Atlantis The Palm:
If you are looking for something truly unique, then how about a stay in one of the Atlantis Underwater Suites that are to be found within Atlantis The Palm?

The suites include a raft of special facilities such as a private butler on hand 24 hours a day, in room dining experiences on delicious cuisine designed by celebrity chefs, access to a private beach and also to the exclusive Imperial Club Lounge.

However it is the views that really set this suite apart from anything else, with the lounge, bedroom and bathroom featuring floor-to-ceiling windows that look out into the hotel’s expansive aquarium.

It means that each morning, you can wake to the site of the 65,000 marine inhabitants of the aquarium swimming through the ancient ruins of a mythical lost city.

Of course, there are options above the surface for those who want to keep their head above water…

Four Seasons Resort Dubai at Jumeirah Beach:
If you wanted the best option available at the Four Seasons Resort Dubai at Jumeirah Beach, then the Royal Suite is the one to go for, being one of the most luxurious accommodations available in the Emirate.

The Penthouse Suite covers more than 600sq metres and includes an expansive living/dining room, study, huge bedroom, your own media room and a private fitness room to allow you to stay in shape.

That might sound impressive in itself, but when you consider that the living room comes complete with Venetian chandeliers and a baby grand piano, and the bathroom is made from marble it’s clear to see that this is no normal hotel room.

Private balconies (note the plural…) provide the chance to marvel at the scenic views from the waterfront location, whilst you’re in the heart of the action should you decide that you want to enjoy more than just the plentiful supply of facilities within the hotel itself.

Al Maha, A Luxury Collection Desert Resort & Spa:
The Al Maha is a special hotel in its own right given it is positioned away from the bright lights of Dubai within the nearby desert and the Presidential Suite is the most impressive accommodation that it provides.

The suite includes access to your own private swimming pool and comes with no fewer than three bedroom for guests who want to 'experience the ultimate in sophistication and personalised service', with the huge suite offering astonishing views from floor-to-ceiling windows.

With separate living, sleeping and dining areas, there is no shortage of space and an outdoor decking area is a great place to dine under the stars on an evening - an experience the likes of which you can’t enjoy anywhere else in Dubai.