This website is dedicated to the Hospitality Industry. You will find anything to everything about the Hospitality industry at this Hospitality Portal. In this post, we have listed the Top 10 Tallest Hotels in the world.
While a lot of you might be aware of these names, we will try to make it a fun read by quick details about these hotels.
So, without any ado, let’s begin the journey to the Top 10 Tallest Hotels in the world
1. Gevora Hotel Dubai
This hotel is the tallest hotel in the world. Built in 2017 and located on Sheikh Zayed Road, Dubai this hotel has 75 floors.
It has its name inked in the Guinness Book of World Records for being the tallest hotel in the world.
Just over 1 metre higher than JW Marriott Marquis at 356.3, Gevora Hotel is one of the finest 4 star hotels in the area.
2. JW Marriott Marquis Hotel- Dubai, United Arab Emirates (UAE)
This hotel has been a clear winner as far as our list of Tallest Hotels in the world is concerned. It has only been trumped recently.
The hotel which was built over 10 years ago is 355 metres in length and has 77 floors in total.
Dubai has been a clear winner as well in terms of growth in the hospitality industry.
With Word Expo 2020 concluded recently in 2022, the expansion is even picking up more speed.
So, don’t be surprised by the even more expansion of the Dubai Hospitality industry in the coming few years.
Located on Sheikh Zayed Road, this hotel has multiple features to get you amazed.
- A total of 1608 Hotel rooms
- 14 Restaurants and Bars
- Over 80,000 square feet of event space
Continue the amazement by having a look at a few Astonishing Facts of the Hospitality industry from one of our earliest posts.
But, before you do so, have a look at other Tallest Hotels in the world.
3. Four Seasons KLCC Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
Built-in 2018, Four Seasons KLCC is 4th tallest building in Malaysia.
It has 74 Floors and is over 1100 feet tall.
This Skyscraper hotel is extremely popular ever since it opened to visitors just a few years ago.
4. Rose Rahayyan by Rotana Dubai, United Arab Emirates (UAE)
Giving company to JW Marriott Marquis on the Sheikh Zayed Road in Dubai is the Rose Tower from Ratana.
Rotana Rose Rahayyan is 333 metres in height and is fourth on the list of the Tallest Hotels in the world.
The Hotel has 72 floors, 462 rooms and 3 Food & Beverage outlets.
The Hotel, which is a non-alcoholic property, also boasts of 7 meeting rooms.
5. Burj Al Arab Dubai, United Arab Emirates
Yes, it’s Dubai again. Burj Al Arab is an iconic structure and a tourist attraction of Dubai.
Known as the unofficial 7-star hotel in the world, Burj Al Arab has made a name for itself in the global hotel industry.
With 60 floors and a height of just over 320 metres, this man-made Sail is no less than a wonder.
When the structure was made in 1999, it left the hospitality world amazed and was the tallest hotel in the world for almost a decade.
Burj Al Arab is a super luxury hotel with a number of Rolls Royce in its Fleet, helipads and super luxury rooms.
The newly built Terrace at Burj Al Arab is no less wonderful in itself.
6. Jumeirah Emirates Tower Dubai, United Arab Emirates
Yes, Ladies and Gentlemen. This is the fourth hotel on our list of Top 10 Tallest hotels in the world that finds its place in Dubai.
Jumeirah Emirates Tower is close to 310 metres in height with 56 floors to display its prowess as far as its height is concerned.
The structure was erected in the year 2000 and at that point in time was the second-tallest hotel in the world.
It has since been overtaken by multiple hotels.
The hotel boasts 400 rooms and 15 food outlets.
With its exceptional location, Jumeirah Emirates Towers are the favourite destination of the business class for hosting meetings and events.
7. Baiyoke Tower II- Bangkok, Thailand
Baiyoke Hotel takes its place inside the tower which is the second tallest building in Thailand as on date.
The hotel has over 800 rooms.
The tower is a major attraction in Bangkok for tourists.
The tower is 309 metres in height and has 84 floors.
8. Wuxi Maoye City by Marriott- Wuxi, China
Maoye City in Wuxi, China is 304 metres tall and has 68 floors.
Officially a Marriott hotel when constructed in 2014, but we have not been able to verify this from the official website of Marriott which has 6 hotels in Wuxi in China.
We will update this space once we have official confirmations.
9. Millennium Plaza Hotel Dubai, United Arab Emirates (UAE)
Yes, we are back in Dubai.
For a reason, Dubai is the new world of Hospitality.
With Dubai World Expo 2020, there has been a sudden surge in the number of new hotels in the city as well as a surge in hotel industry jobs.
Getting back to the topic at hand. The list of the Tallest hotels in the world.
Millennium Plaza Hotel is sitting strong at the 9th spot with 66 floors and a height of 294 metres.
This hotel is on Sheikh Zayed road as well giving company to other hotels in the elite league of tallest hotels.
The hotel has 398 rooms with all the luxury of the hospitality industry on offer.
10 convention centres and the infinity pool add to the amazing features of the Millennium Plaza Hotel in Dubai.
10. Four Season Hotel – Manama, Bahrain
Back to the Middle East again.
Ready to get dazzled by the Four Season Hotel in the Bahrain Bay.
Innovation and Imagination are combined in the 273 hotel guest rooms.
A lot of hotel rooms and suites are suspended making this hotel one of the most innovative hotels.
7 restaurant and bars along with 5 water bodies in the house make it an amazing hotel.
270 metres in height and 50 floors make it sit at number 10 on our list of the top 10 tallest Hotels in the world.
The Cullinan South Tower- Hong Kong
The Cullinan south tower features on our list of tallest hotels in the world but has now converted to more of a residential complex.
this would have been the 10th tallest hotel had it still been a hotel.
As the complex is open to guests, The Cullinan features in most of the lists of tallest hotels around the world.
With a height of 270 metres and 68 floors, it is undoubtedly a proud member of the elite list.
Hope you enjoyed a short trip to the tallest hotels in the world. If you want to check more of the tallest hotels in the world, please visit the Wikipedia list.
We will keep updating this space for more information on these amazing hotels.