Saturday, May 14, 2022

    New tallest hotel in the world to open in Dubai in 2024

    Anyone who thinks that nothing can be topped in Dubai is wrong. Only a few years after the opening of the Gevora Hotel, the Ciel Hotel in the tower of the same name becomes one of the tallest hotels in the world.

    The desert metropolis includes many a superlative. From spectacular skyscrapers to artificial islands to the most exclusive luxury hotels in the world. The tallest building in the world, the Burj Khalifa, is also located in Dubai. It is therefore not surprising that the metropolis presented another record a few days ago. The Ciel Hotel will open in 2024 as the new, tallest hotel in Dubai, as hospitalitynet reports.

    52 of 82 floors already finished

    From its humble beginnings as a pearl diving center to its meteoric rise as a modern city of compelling contrasts and boundless energy, Dubai is the dynamic heart of the Arabian Gulf region. Dubai stands for numerous luxury boutiques and one of the most modern architectures. One skyscraper follows the next, with the Burj Khalifa being the tallest in the world at 830 meters. But the desert metropolis can not only adorn itself with the tallest building in the world.

    The hotels in Dubai also aim high and so the 4-star Gevora Hotel led the list as the tallest hotel in the world for some time. In 2021 it was replaced by the J Hotel in the 632 meter high Shanghai Tower, which opened on the top of 128 floors. In two years we can look forward to another mega hotel. With 52 of 82 completed floors of the 365 meter high Ciel Tower, the Ciel Hotel will be the tallest hotel in the world in terms of its floors. While the new skyscraper on Dubai’s skyline is scheduled to be completed by the end of 2023, the hotel will only start welcoming guests in the first half of the year thereafter. Inside the hotel you can expect a modern, clear design and floor-to-ceiling windows that stretch across the entire room.

    Then the new luxury hotel welcomes you with over 1,000 rooms and suites and a variety of exciting amenities. These include an all-day dining restaurant on the 13th floor, a sunset lounge on the 74th floor and a spectacular infinity pool on the 76th floor. The highlight for all guests with a head for heights will be the Ciel Observatory & Lounge on the 82nd floor with a unique view of Dubai. A comprehensive spa and wellness area as well as a health club await you.

    Book luxury hotels in Dubai with advantages via Reisetopia Hotels

    While First Group’s The Ciel is unlikely to become part of our portfolio, we eagerly await the opening of another record-breaking milestone in Dubai. In addition, you can already book some of the best luxury hotels in Dubai with extensive advantages via Reisetopia Hotels – so it’s already worth taking a look at our hotel search and the attractive advantages:

    • free breakfast for two people
    • Free upgrade by one category (subject to availability)
    • up to $100 hotel credit
    • free WIFI
    • a welcome gift
    • early check-in and late check-out (subject to availability)
    • Free cancellation (usually up to 24 hours in advance)
    • special treatment when booking & staying
    • no deposit & full payment only upon check out

    Depending on the hotel and hotel chain, you can also look forward to regular points and status benefits as a member of the corresponding loyalty program. At Hilton luxury hotels, you can even benefit from double points when you book through Reisetopia Hotels.

    Conclusion on the opening of the tallest hotel in the world in Dubai

    Dubai surprises us again with another exciting debut of superlatives! In two years, the tallest hotel in the world will once again open here. After the Gevora Hotel, you can look forward to The Ciel in the Ciel Tower, which will have 82 floors in the 365 meter high skyscraper. In total, you can look forward to more than 1,000 rooms and suites as well as a comprehensive culinary offer that will enrich the skyline of Dubai Marina in every respect.

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