Dubai set to open another world’s tallest hotel by the end of next year


An artist’s impression of Ciel Hotel.

Syed Shayaan Bakht, Staff reporter

Dubai is set to have another world’s tallest hotel by the end of next year, setting a new global benchmark for the hospitality industry.

Sky in Dubai Marina, reaching a remarkable height of 365 meters, is a breathtaking development. The architectural masterpiece is the latest addition to the Marina District’s world-renowned skyline and The First Group’s largest and most luxurious project to date.

Ciel is on track to meet its planned completion date of the fourth quarter of 2023, with the official opening scheduled for the first half of 2024.

Designed by award-winning London architect NORR, Ciel features a striking design, contemporary interiors and a stunning panoramic glass terrace, which will offer incredible 360-degree views of Dubai Marina, Palm Jumeirah and the Arabian Gulf.

Sky-Dubai-3A view of the Sky Hotel.

Ciel is destined to become one of the most famous buildings in the region.

The property’s impressive rooftop glass viewing platform will make it a magnet for locals and international visitors to the city, promoting the hotel as a unique development in the world. one of the most exciting cities in the world.

This global profile makes Ciel one of the most attractive investment options in our rapidly growing portfolio.

Ciel received awards for Best International Hotel Architecture, Best Arabian Hotel Architecture and Best Arabian High-rise Architecture at the International Property Awards 2019, which recently moved to London.


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