Seven-Star Luxury in Dubai - The German Way
When Heinrich Morio goes to work, he feels pure joy, he says. The man from Frankfurt manages the seven-star Burj Al Arab hotel. After working as a general manager of hotels in the Seychelles, in Mauritius and in Florida, he has arrived at his dream destination: Dubai. The 312-meter tall building is the hallmark of the desert state, and also said to be the world’s most luxurious hotel. One night there can cost up to twelve thousand euros. It employs 1600 people. Many of them are from Germany, especially at management level and in the service department. We take a look behind the scenes.