The 356 meter high Gevora on Shaikh Zayed Road is currently open for business
Shaikh Zayed Road's status as the goal for high rise records has quite recently been fortified. The Gevora Hotel — created by the Al Attar Group — will make a case to be the "world's tallest hotel", at 356 meters and 53 centimeters high. That makes it a meter taller than the past holder of the title, the JW Marriott Marquis, directly not far off from it.
The new property's cases to the title have been affirmed by Guinness Book of World Records.
The ground in addition to 75-story property is the Al Attar's Group's first move into cordiality, and will be stretched out by the expansion of another — a G+60 story — in the Tecom zone. A third one is in the arranging stages, as per a senior authority.
The Gevora will have 528 rooms and have rack rates from Dh600 a night to Dh2,000 for a two-room unit. It cost upwards of Dh500 million to develop and takes a 30 square meter plot.
"The plot measure is pretty much the standard for towers on SZ Road," said Jairaj Gorsia, General Manager for the property. "The Al Attar Group needed to utilize this specific plot for an accommodation wander in the wake of having effectively assembled blended utilized towers somewhere else on SZ Road.
"The 528 rooms adds to the current 22 hotels as of now on this extend, each with a normal of 250-300 rooms."
Among these is the Burj Khalifa, standing tall at 830 meters ideal to the finish of its tip. Be that as it may, aside from its hotel, it highlights private homes and workplaces.
The Gevora and the JW Marriott Marquis are only offered over to hotels, and in that capacity saw as a particular class with regards to estimating their cases on tallness. The JW Marriott Marquis Dubai Hotel — a twin-tower structure with 1,608 rooms — cost Dh1.8 billion to manufacture. Tower 1 opened in 2012 and the second in the next year.
Presently, Dubai will have four properties spoke to in the rundown of world's tallest hotel towers, while China and Hong Kong have the greater part of the others. Another Shaikh Zayed Road skyscraper, the Rose Rayhann by Rotana Dubai, is currently the fourth tallest.
The individuals who drive all over Shaikh Zayed Road won't have missed seeing the Gevora, which looks to some extent like London's Big Ben structure. (Be that as it may, without the clock, obviously.) The venture took four years to finish.
"Given the nearness to the monetary locale, we will essentially go for the business explorer," said Gorsia. "Be that as it may, we can simply cast a more extensive net, particularly among the Gulf voyagers. Having done the opening, we will hit full speed when we adjust the procedures in the following couple of days."