Dubai, a city of incomparable luxury, inspiring ambition, and home to the world’s tallest building, the Burj Khalifa that also offered the world’s highest fine-dining restaurant, At.mosphere, will now have a new landmark to add to its prestige. The JW Marriott Marquis Hotel Dubai is set to be the world’s tallest hotel that will surpass the Ritz-Carlton, the tallest hotel located on floors 102 to 118 in the 1,588-foot International Commerce Centre in Hong Kong. Just 26 meters shorter than the New York's renowned Empire State Building, the JW Marriott Marquis Hotel standing at a height of 1,164-feet, is world's tallest hotel building, as announced by Marriott.
Located at the Sheikh Zayed Road, Business Bay Dubai, the JW Marriott Marquis will offer 1,608-rooms to impress the business travelers as well as the Middle East luxury market.
Innovative design along with technology efforts have been put into the creation of incentives, meetings, conferences and exhibition spaces to attract the elite business market class.
The hotel is designed considering the requirement of luxury space where groups of around 1,000 guests can meet, dine and sleep, in one location, under one roof. As said by Rupprecht Queitsch, general manager of JW Marriott Marquis, "There are businesses of this size choosing various cities around the world in which to meet, but until now, Dubai has not had a single location of this size to accommodate this type of group.
In simple terms, we will establish Dubai on the global conference market landscape."
The JW Marriott Marquis Dubai is set to open in two phases from October 2012, and the first phase will feature a total of 804 luxury rooms, along with various lounges and restaurants. In total, the hotel will offer event space of 4,015 sq. mt along with two ballrooms, health club, a world-class spa and 22 breakout meeting rooms.
Guests can also explore a myriad of taste sensations with 15 restaurants, lounges and bars, including the Vault, an international lounge sitting on the 71st and 72nd floor offer panoramic views of the city, and a French restaurant, Cru located on the 62nd floor offer dining in a refined atmosphere.
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