Dubai’s Newly Opened Gevora Hotel Is Now the World’s Tallest at 356 meters

Glistening in gold, the new record holder offers 528 guest rooms and suites, alongside five dining venues.

Photo: Genova Hotel

Dubai’s dazzling skyline has welcomed yet another towering landmark in the form of Genova Hotel, also the world’s tallest hotel at a whopping 356 meters.

One meter taller than the previous title holder JW Marriott Marquis, the 528-room property is conveniently located at the heart of the city’s financial district, five minutes from the Dubai International Financial Centre and the World Trade Centre, and about 15 minutes from Dubai International Airport.

Photo: Genova Hotel

Guests can stay in three room categories, including the 46-square-meter Deluxe Room, the 62-square-meter One-Bedroom Deluxe, and the 85-square-meter Two-Bedroom Suite.

Although there are no executive rooms or executive lounge, the hotel has a business center complete with secretarial and courier services, as well as photocopying and printing.

Highlights of the property include its solid gold revolving doors, as well as five luxurious dining venues.

While the 75-story Genova Hotel is the tallest hotel in the world, the accolade of the world’s highest hotel goes to The Ritz-Carlton, Hong Kong, which is located on the 102nd to 118th floors of the 484-meter International Commerce Centre.

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