The gleaming gold 75-storey Gevora Hotel, the world’s tallest hotel developed by the Al Attar Group and standing 356 metres and 53 centimetres tall, opened yesterday (February 12) on Sheikh Zayed Road in Dubai, UAE.
The Gevora, which cost more than Dh500 million ($136 million) to build, will have 528 rooms including 232 deluxe rooms with an area of 46 sq m, 265 one-bedroom deluxe rooms (62 sq m) and 31 bedroom suites (85 sq m).
The hotel features five restaurants offering international and local cuisines – Le Veyron, Gevora Kitchen, Level Twelve, Overview Pool Lounge and Highest View Restaurant.
Located on the 12th floor, the Health Club offers state of the art facilities for a quick morning work-out or a relaxed afternoon by the pool.
Gevora Hotel offers two gyms for ladies and gents separately. Each gym is fully equipped with the latest fitness equipment, sauna and steam room.
The hotel’s main pool deck is located on the 12th floor, adjacent to the health club. The main pool deck offers a full-size swimming pool, a children’s pool for the little ones and a Jacuzzi.
Also located on the 12th floor, the Business Centre offers an all-round facility to cater to business requirements such as high speed internet access, secretarial Services, courier services, photocopying, printing and scanning and private boardroom. – TradeArabia News Service
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