Marriott Marquis Dubai to open tomorrow
- United Arab Emirates: Tuesday, February 26 - 2013 at 03:31
Marriott International has announced the world's tallest hotel is set for official opening on February 27 in Dubai, Khaleej Times has reported. Officially recognised as the world's tallest hotel at a height of 355 metres by Guinness World Records, the JW Marriott Marquis Hotel Dubai features two iconic 77-floor twin towers, each with 804 rooms and array of 14 restaurants, bars and lounges. The new JW Marriott Marquis Dubai, owned by Emirates Airline, is only the second JW Marriott Marquis-branded property in the world.
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