Dubai Welcomes the World's Tallest Hotel

The gulf metropolis-Dubai, is in the news again announcing the opening of the "world's new tallest hotel" on Sunday evening. Gevora Hotel stands nearly a quarter of a mile tall, which is approximately 356 meters.  To put things into perspective, it is a little more than three times the size of Big Ben and 56 meters taller than the Eiffel Tower in Paris! It beats the record of Dubai's JW Marriott Marquis by just one meter. The first guests in this record breaking hotel is expected to arrive on Monday.

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The hotel has 75 storeys which includes a grand luxury spa on the 71st floor, four restaurants, an open-air pool deck , a health club and a jumbo sized Jacuzzi. The deluxe room ranges from 46 sq m to a massive 85 sq m in size. The elevator ride is also a fascinating experience in itself. It would take you well about half a minute to reach to the top. But if you want to live your Titanic dream of dancing in a ballroom, you possibly cannot. The hotel does not have ballroom, but you can surely make peace with the rooftop and the amazing view of the Burj Khalifa it has to offer. Even though the entry to the rooftop will be free of cost for the in-house guests, plans are stirring up to charge a nominal fee from the others. The best thing about this hotel is its doorway that is garlanded with gold plated revolving doors. So, if you are feeling indulgent you can probably think of spending a night at this hotel!

The design, architecture and culture of hospitality follow all the Arabic traditions that there is, so as to give the guests the best experience. The room tariffs start form Dh550 and go up to Dh2,000 per night- it depends all on the luxury you are willing to offer yourself. It is estimated to bring in a lot of business- aiming to attract almost 20 million visitors by 2020 from all over the seven sheikhdoms because of the Global Trade Fair Expo that will be hosted.

With the newest addition to the desert skyline-Gevora Hotel is indeed the royal dream for all. Dubai is also a house to a number other sky-scrapers such as the Rose Rayhaan by Rotana, Burj Al Arab and Jumeirah Emirates Towers Hotel.


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