Dubai is set to break another world record this week, with the opening of the world's largest hotel. It will be opened by owner Majid Al Attar.
The world's tallest hotel has opened in Dubai, adding another skyscraper to the already towering skyline.
Most other hotels with tall rankings are built by Chinese developers, but the al-Attar group also has several buildings along the famous highway that they began developing from the year 2000.
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While Gevora hotel has 75 storeys and is 356 metres tall, the JW Mariott Marquis has 72 storeys and is 355 metres tall.
While the hotel purports to be opening on Monday, February 12, the Gevora website is still under construction.
The city-state, one of seven sheikhdoms that make up the energy-rich UAE, aims to attract 20 million visitors annually by 2020 when it hosts the global trade fair Expo 2020.
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Guests enter the world's tallest hotel in Dubai through gold-plated revolving doors.
The Gevora will be equipped with a pool, Jacuzzi, health club and luxury spa according to the Khaleej Times.
A major transit hub situated on transcontinental air routes, Dubai airport was the world's busiest for worldwide passengers in 2017 for the fourth year running, with 88.2 million travellers.
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