Damac tops out Paramount Tower Hotel and Residences

Property features one of Dubai’s highest infinity pools on the 64th level, at 235 metres high

Currently, more than 80% of the tower’s external façade and casting work of the infinity pool has been completed
Currently, more than 80% of the tower’s external façade and casting work of the infinity pool has been completed

Damac Properties’ has topped out its Paramount Tower Hotel and Residences, a 64-storey mixed-use development property on Sheikh Zayed Road.

The project, features one of Dubai’s highest infinity pools on the 64th level. Currently, more than 80% of the tower’s external façade and casting work of the infinity pool has been completed.

The design and décor of the hotel rooms comprises features such as in-room home theatre systems and access to a library of Paramount films. The residences feature multiple bedrooms and spacious interiors with separate dining and living areas.

Speaking about the topping out, Niall McLoughlin, senior vice president, DAMAC Properties, said, “The topping out of Paramount Tower Hotel and Residences with one of Dubai’s highest infinity pools overlooking Downtown Dubai is testament to our commitment to bringing the most differentiated living experiences to the region. We are thrilled with the progress on this project, which stands tall as a distinctive addition to Dubai’s iconic skyline. Our vision resonates with Dubai’s growing relevance as one of the world’s top tourist destinations.”

In addition to the infinity pool, Paramount Tower Hotel and Residences features multiple floors of amenities such as restaurants and lounges, a rooftop terrace fitness and wellness centres, and a business centre, among others.

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