Dubai’s Burj Khalifa Becomes Homes To The Very First Giorgio Armani Hotel

One of the biggest fashion brands in the world, Giorgio Armani has now been gotten itself a whole new world of luxury to explore and to capitalize on, as the incredibly famous fashion house opened its very first luxury hotel in the world’s tallest building, Burj Khalifa. The ribbon cutting ceremony for the Armani hotel was attended by the Chairman on Emaar Properties, Mohamed Alabbar and Giorgio Armani himself.

The Burj Khalifa developed by Emaar properties is currently the world’s tallest building and due to this stature, the Armani hotel will enjoy exclusivity and will cater to the most luxury oriented users. The Armani hotel features 160 luxurious guest rooms and suites, including eight high profile restaurants. This exclusive hotel occupies the 8th floor of the Burj Khalifa and has maintained its presence even on the 38th and 39th floors of the building. The entire interior designing from furnishings to restaurant menus and in-room amenities have been conjured up by Mr. Armani himself.

The Armani Hotel is the perfect combination of luxury, comfort and state of the art practical usage that cater to the exclusive tastes of the rich and the famous. The location of the hotel provides its guests with the perfect view of Dubai’s sights and sounds. The hotel is composed of Eramosa stone floors, zebra wood paneling and fabric covered walls.

According to Giorgio Armani,

“It has long been my dream to have a hotel in which I myself would like to stay and entertain family and friends, where the Armani aesthetic is combined with Italian-style warmth and hospitality. I am thrilled to open the doors of the Armani Hotel Dubai and invite my guests in to experience my world.”

Via AME Info

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