This stunning Dubai tower is set to become the world's tallest hotel
Ciel will soar 360 metres into the sky and come complete with a glass observation deck featuring a breathtaking infinity pool…
Dubai may already be home to the world’s tallest hotel, the four-star Gevora on Sheikh Zayed Road, but in a few years it’s set to be eclipsed by a new one – Ciel.
Ciel, which is currently under construction in Dubai Marina, will soar 360 metres into the sky and comprise of 1,209 luxury suites and serviced residences split across 82 floors.
It’s likely to be completed in 2022/ 2023.
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Undoubtedly the jewel in Ciel’s crown will be the hotel’s rooftop glass observation deck, which will offer residents and visitors incredible views of Dubai Marina, Palm Jumeirah and beyond. Of course, no rooftop is complete without an infinity pool, which will surely become one of the world’s tallest when it opens.
Of the four restaurants inside Ciel, two will be housed on the rooftop area. Although we’re not yet sure what cuisines they’ll be just yet, we can just imagine how wow-worthy those 360-degree views will be.
Guests who check-in to one of the stylishly designed rooms will also be able to enjoy access to a state-of-the-art fitness facility and spa.
Wondering where exactly it’s going to be in Dubai Marina? It’s the plot currently under construction just in front of the twisty Cayan Tower on the edge of the Marina.
Ciel is a project by The First Group, who are the developers behind hotel openings including Millennium Place Dubai Marina, Wyndham and TRYP by Wyndham. They currently have seven properties under development across the city.
As well as Ciel, The First Group’s portfolio also includes the currently under construction The One at Jumeirah Village Circle, which will be a Ramada Plaza Hotel and The One at Business Bay, which will become a Millennium Place.