Photo credit: JW Marriott Marquis Hotel Dubai

Dubai is home to an impressive list of record-setting attractions, including the world’s largest mall, man-made island, amusement park, indoor ski resort and flower garden … just to name a few! Last Wednesday, Dubai got to officially add the world’s tallest hotel to its list of superlative feats when the new JW Marriott Marquis Dubai opened.

The Marquis towers 1,164 feet above the city of Dubai, with 72 floors of luxury and is spread across 2 towers.  The hotel is equipped with 684 rooms, 120 suites, 24 conference rooms, 2 ballrooms and multiple lounges and bars. The 10 restaurants offer up international cuisine from American to Indian to Japanese. Also, get a panoramic view of the city at The Vault Lounge on the 71st and 72nd floors, or relax at the spa and fitness center.

Fitting for the innovative and technologically advanced city, in each room you’ll find a LCD TV, iPod stations and a tablet that controls the A/C, lights and TV. So, what’s the price tag for all this luxury? If you’re hoping to book a room, expect to spend at least $326 a night!


Hotels, Luxury

3 Responses

  1. My mom was just in Dubai for a short trip, however she wasn't able to stay at the Marriott Marquis Hotel Dubai. Still she was admiring it, saying it's really tall among others. She was just fascinated by the view itself. If the hotels looks amazing from a far how more would it be when your staying in it. I look forward to staying in Marriott Marquis Hotel Dubai soon.

  2. Jim Ross says:

    I have frequent trips to many cities including Dubai. Thanks for this post! I would love to visit this hotel in my next trip.

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