The World's Tallest Hotel Is Charging to Access Its Viewing Platform, but It's Worth It For This Sunset
The Gevora Hotel recently trumped the JW Marriott Marquis to become the tallest hotel in the world and now the building has officially opened it's viewing deck.
At 356 meters (1,167.98 feet) tall, the 4-star accommodation offers services such as a butler when you stay in one of their 528 deluxe rooms and suites, but what about if you're not checking in?
Visitors can now access the viewing deck for AED100 per adult or AED50 per child (under 12). It's free for kids under 6 years old and those who paid the full price get a free coffee and pastry. While every little dirham sure does add up, you might think it's worth the price once you see some of the views you can get for the perfect Instagram shot from the hotel.
Check out the gallery to see the world's tallest building, the Burj Khalifa, and the gorgeous sunset.
Sticking around after? The property also offers five different dining options; Le Veyron coffee shop, Gevora Kitchen for international food, Level Twelve for a Middle Eastern twist, the Overview Pool Lounge and Highest View Lounge.