The World's Tallest Hotel Is Now Offering Day Passes to Its Pool and Viewing Deck
Those in search of an unforgettable swim with sky-high views are now invited to take a dip at the world's tallest hotel.
Dubai's Gevora Hotel, which holds the Guinness World Record for the world’s tallest at a whopping 356.33 meters (1,169 feet), has begun offering day passes for those who want to use its 82-foot-long swimming pool.
For roughly $40 during the week and $54 on the weekends, anyone interested in checking out the hotel’s pool can also snag complimentary access to the hotel’s viewing deck on the 75th floor.
The hotel opened its doors in February of this year, snagging the record from another Dubai property the JW Marriott Marquis Dubai by about one meter (three feet).
It hosts 528 rooms that range from one and two-bedroom suites to deluxe rooms, each of which comes complete with a built-in kitchenette, hot tubs, steam saunas, and butler service for guests.
You’ll also find five different dining options that offer Middle Eastern and global cuisine selections focused on promoting a healthy lifestyle. Diners who want to enjoy mesmerizing skyline views with their meal can stop in at the hotel’s restaurant on its rooftop, where they’ll get panoramic views of Dubai.
Meanwhile, those taking a swim in the pool will have direct views of the world’s tallest building, the Burj Khalifa, while enjoying barbeque selections and snacks.
Originally planned as a residential building, the hotel was created over four years and is also home to a health club and two gyms.
Despite its lavish amenities, the hotel is looking to offer guests competitive prices at $191 per night. The only caveat is it’s a dry property, meaning you won’t find any alcohol on its premises.