The tallest hotel in the world is scheduled to open in Dubai next year. CIEL, announced by The First Group, is scheduled to be completed in the first quarter of 2024. With a height of 365 meters, the hotel will be the tallest in the world. It will have an 82-storey building with a 300-metre atrium, which will have vertically stacked terraces with natural ventilation.
In the basement, podium floors and storey levels of the building, 99 per cent of the structure has been constructed, and 80 per cent of the electrical, plumbing, and mechanical work has been completed. Currently, the building façade is complete up to the 72nd floor and is on completion is on track as announced.
Dubai is already home to several iconic buildings, such as the Burj Khalifa, the world’s tallest building, and the Burj Al Arab, the world’s only seven-star hotel. With the addition of the Ciel Hotel, Dubai will once again showcase its commitment to innovation and luxury in the hospitality industry. The Ciel Hotel is set to open in 2024, and it is sure to attract tourists and business travellers from around the world who are looking for a luxurious and unforgettable experience.
Ciel will redefine luxury hospitality in Dubai and showcase the best of the city at its finest. We’re excited to bring this groundbreaking development to the Dubai skyline. In spite of the pandemic, the property is still scheduled to open in 2024, according to First Group CEO Rob Burns.
Ciel offers an unmatched experience with its exclusive design, luxury amenities, and stunning views. The CIEL represents Dubai’s ambition, innovation, creativity and excellence.
Source: Arabian Business
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