Known to be a billionaire's playground because of the rich oil and tourism the region enjoys, the Middle East is set to change the standard for luxury travel and tourism. Also known for having the most outrageous, tallest and most innovative buildings, hotels and facilities in the Arab states have become truly one of a kind.

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According to Luxury Travel Magazine, here are the Top Five Most Expensive Luxury Hotels in the Middle East, with prices indicated reflecting nightly rate of the cheapest available double room for the period of November 1 to 30, 2016. It must be noted that the Middle Easy faces peak season in November, therefore, these are more expensive than average.

1. Burj Al Arab (Dubai, United Arab Emirates) $1928

2. Al Maha (Dubai, United Arab Emirates) $1776

3. Six Senses Zighy Bay (Oman) $1330

4. Jannah Place Hotel (Dubai, United Arab Emirates) $1271

5. One&Only The Palm (Dubai, United Arab Emirates) $1024

Gulf News notes that neither Qatar nor Jerusalem has any hotels included in this list. Both destinations feature significantly cheaper accommodations, with Jerusalem's King David Hotel at $550 per night, the most expensive hotel in the city. Qatar also has the Banana Island Resort in Doha, where guests can stay the night for $331, the cheapest in Doha and in the nation of Qatar.

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