World's tallest hotel to open in Dubai

The 356-metre tall Gevora hotel will consist of 75 floors

Gevora Hotel. Images: Gevora Hotel/FB.
Gevora Hotel. Images: Gevora Hotel/FB.

The world’s tallest hotel will soon be opening in Dubai. The Gevora Hotel, located on Sheikh Zayed Road in the Trade Centre area, will have 528 rooms and suites and four F&B outlets.

The 356-metre tall Gevora hotel will consist of 75 floors. The hotel's design will also feature gold and marble details and hotel rooms will range from deluxe rooms to two-bedroom suites. 

The smallest deluxe rooms measure 46 sq m, Time Out Dubai reports, with the largest two-bedroom suite measuring 85 sq m.

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The new hotel will be a dry one and promises to “boast the best of Middle Eastern hospitality and exclusivity” while leisure options will include a pool, jacuzzi and health club as well as a luxury spa on the 71st floor.


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It will also be one metre taller than Dubai's current tallest hotel, JW Marriott Marquis, which opened in 2012. 


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 The hotel's opening date is still unknown.

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