Atlantis Hotel Dubai

Atlantis Hotel Dubai

Atlantis Hotel Dubai The Atlantis Hotel Dubai is a 5-Star hotel sitting on the crescent of the man-made island, The Palm Jumeirah. It is a dream destination for many tourists as this luxurious 22 stories hotel is unique of its kind and has a lot to offer. This lavish hotel is so massive in size that it is said to be equivalent to 64 Wembley football pitches! The Atlantis Hotel Dubai has 1,539 rooms and 7 suites. Estimating the cost of the project at $1.5 billion. The construction of this incredible hotel began in 2006 and ended in 2008 with a Grand opening ceremony. The Grand opening ceremony had a spectacular 100,000 fireworks display with 2000 guests including famous celebrities. Dale Chihuly Sculpture The 5-Star…

Burj Al Arab

Burj Al Arab

Burj Al Arab Burj Al Arab or Tower of the Arab is the one and only 7-star hotel in the world. It stands on a man-made island next to the Jumeirah beach with a staggering height of 312 m. This iconic structure symbolizes a sailboat. The main purpose of developing a 7-star hotel was to attract tourists and make the city more well known. Construction The construction of Burj Al Arab began in 1994, and the doors opened on the 1st of December 1999. To finish this construction, it took 2 years to build the structure and 3 years to build the island. Since Burj Al Arab is a man-made island, a 340m long bridge connects it to the mainland. The estimated cost of Burj…

Burj Khalifa

Burj Khalifa

Burj Khalifa Burj Khalifa is the tallest structure in the world. It stands at 828 meters and is located in Downtown Dubai. The idea originated from the hymenocallis flower, also known as the “spider lily flower”. The amazing project began on the 6th of January 2004 and was finished on the 4th of January 2010, which took around 22 million man-hours to accomplish. The cost to finish this challenge was estimated to be around USD $1.5 billion, and surprisingly the whole investment was paid off within the first year of the grand opening. To construct this enormous structure, Burj Khalifa required massive amounts of construction materials which include 330 000 cubic meters of concrete and 39 000 tonnes of steel rebar to reinforce the concrete….