Armani Hotel Dubai, the world's first hotel developed by Armani Hotels '&' Resorts, in Burj Khalifa opened on April 21, 2010. It is the first such hotel to be launched under the collaboration between Emaar Properties PJSC and Giorgio Armani SpA. An integral component of Burj Khalifa, every element of the Armani Hotel Dubai has been personally designed by fashion legend Giorgio Armani.
Armani/Ristorante draws on the rich gastronomic traditions of Tuscany and other Italian regions to provide you with classic and authentic culinary delights. The dishes are a mix of traditional recipes and modern interpretations that take advantage of the high quality products served amidst an elegant ambience with expert and attentive service.
Located in the Burj Khalifa, the tallest building in the world, the 160-room hotel is clad from bedhead to bar with Giorgio Armani-designed furnishings from the label's home collection. A total of four resorts and 10 Armani hotels are planned for the world's fashion capitals, including Milan (2010), London, Paris, New York and Tokyo.
Rezidor has opened its second Hotel Missoni in Kuwait in collaboration with the Italian fashion house Missoni, becoming the second Missoni property of Rezidor. Inspired by the Persian Gulf and the culture of Kuwait, the hotel combines the signature use of vibrant patterns and bold colours with strong accents of turquoise, green and gold.
Fino International said on Sunday it was nearing the end of its 33 month project to fit out the Burj Khalifa’s corporate offices, public lobby and Armani Hotel & Residences.
At the stroke of midnight on the New Year’s Eve on the 31st of December, Downtown Dubai and Burj Khalifa will welcome 2012 with a spectacular fireworks extravaganza. Now in the league of the most popular global New Year celebrations, Downtown Dubai will take centre stage and light up the Dubai skyline with an unprecedented and breathtaking ambience.
The Armani Hotel Burj is part of the Burj Khalifa development, the tallest commercial and residential building in the world. Previously known as Burj Dubai, it was renamed Burj Khalifa during its inauguration on 4 January 2010.