Are you aware of the fact that the real estate market in Dubai has really hit the skies with foreign investors? The reason is that all the investment gurus are lining to invest hundreds of millions of dollars in the city, thanks to the gorgeous buildings been erected. All of us are aware of the Burj Khalifa?
With its numerous casinos, resorts, and showy leisure establishments, Macau has gained for itself the monicker “New Las Vegas” and has since been remembered, more than anything else, for this name. Among the famous international hotel chains looking in its direction are MGM Grand, Wynn Hotel and Casino, Four Seasons, and the Venetian to name a few. A trip to Macau is best remembered for the city’s vibrance and the spectacular lights of its imposing, multi-million casinos.
World-renowned fashion designer Giorgio Armani has selected the French Fashion University Esmod in Dubai as partner for an upcoming fashion show that will mark the opening of the Armani Hotel in Burj Khalifa on April 27, 2010.
The 2010 ACN Arab Technology Awards will take place at the highest building in the world, the Burj Khalifa. This year’s ceremony will be hosted by the Armani Hotel and will see over 300 of the most important and influential figures in the Middle East enterprise market gather for one night.
Dubai's six-year boom, which fueled construction of the world's tallest building and artificial island archipelagos, slammed to a halt in 2008 after the global financial crisis. Millions of dollars of construction projects were slashed or put on hold and the emirate is struggling to dig out from under a massive debt burden, estimated at more than $100 billion. Developers at Emaar Hospitality, of Emaar Properties, say the restaurant opening at these soaring heights is a sign that the low point of Dubai's recession is ending.
More than a dozen of us filed into the dark elevator, ready to be whisked up 1,483 feet to the observation deck of the newly minted tallest building in the world. The smooth 60-second ride delivered us to the Burj Khalifa’s 124th floor. People of all ages were making their way around the viewing platform’s floor-to-ceiling windows, soaking up the 360-degree views of Dubai at night.
The Palace — The Old Town has introduced complimentary in-room fitness kits to guest rooms. The indoor kit includes an exercise DVD, Swiss ball, medicine ball, dumbbell set, exercise mat and resistance band, with personal trainers available on request to conduct training sessions in guest rooms.
US-based developer Reef Worlds has announced that it is interested in building underwater tourism sites in Dubai and across the UAE. The company is planning to develop a project called Lost Cities in The World Islands aimed at capturing the $3 billion dollar dive and tourism market, it revealed in a statement.
Nothing exemplifies the marriage of both modernity and hospitality more than the Armani Hotel Dubai — the first Armani Hotel designed and developed by legendary designer, Giorgio Armani and located in the world’s tallest building, the Burj Khalifa. Based on the philosophy that travel is as much an emotional journey as a physical one, Stay with Armani is the manifestation of this credence.