Just A Little Something to Make Your Hotel Stay Nicer: a Gold Plated iPad

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Gold Plated iPad

The heck with stealing the towels – at this hotel you’re going to want to leave the towels and sneak out with a gold-plated iPad.

As Business Insider recently reported, the Burj Al Arab hotel, touted as one of the world’s most luxurious hotels, is offering gold-plated iPads as a luxury amenity.

When guests check in, they’ll be given their own gold iPads, which will serve as a “virtual concierge” that offers information on everything from the hotel’s restaurant menus and spa treatments to housekeeping and butler services.

The iPads are given to the guests for the duration of their hotel stay. If they grow attached to them they can be bought in the hotel’s boutique. I couldn’t find the price for these gold-plated iPad 3 models at the hotel site or the manufacturer (Gold & Co)’ site. I guess that puts them firmly in the ‘If you have to ask…’ category.

I nearly always find myself saying this when I see these sort of ridiculous gold or jewel adorned iPads and iPhones, but I honestly find them extremely ugly.

Anyway, look out for these next time you’re spending a weekend at the Burj Al Arab – and when you do, let us know in the comments if the towels are gold too.


Patrick Jordan

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One thought on “Just A Little Something to Make Your Hotel Stay Nicer: a Gold Plated iPad”

  1. My lord. Can you say, “high class”?

    I wish I could afford my OWN gold plated iPad.. I wonder how much it weighs.

    Well, if I ever DO stay there, which I doubt, I’ll make sure to ask about those. :)

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