The J W Marriott Marquis Dubai in UAE, is the world’s tallest hotel, standing at 355.35 m (1,165.84 ft) from ground level to the top of its mast.
Formerly known as Emirates Park Towers Hotel & Spa, the hotel consists of two 77-floor twin towers, with the first tower having opened on 11 November 2012.
With 1,608 rooms and offering over 8,000 square metres of indoor and outdoor event space, (tower 1 alone has an incredible 806 rooms), and over 8,000 square metres of indoor and outdoor event space, the 5-Star accommodation also boasts four Presidential suites, a banquet hall, an auditorium, 18 Shops, 19 Restaurants and a spa.
Designed by architect Ashok Korgaonkar, the two top floors are occupied by Vault, one of the hotel’s 15 lounge bars and restaurants and a swimming pool can be found on the mezzanine level between floors 6 and 7.
The landmark building beat the previous world record set by the nearby 1,093 feet Rose Tower, another huge construction that also stands tall in Dubai’s incredible skyline.
This is a tallest building in the world that are wholly used as hotels. Some tall buildings are multi use and have a hotel occupying the buildings uppermost floors. Such hotels are known as the highest hotels in the world. The world’s highest hotel is The Ritz-Carlton, Hong Kong in Hong Kong at 484 m (1,588 ft).
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