Bahrain Plans To Build World’s Tallest Hotel Tower

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The Kingdom of Bahrain may soon build the tallest hotel tower in the world.

According to the reports, a Saudi firm is planning to invest in the proposed world’s tallest hotel tower project. This was revealed by the Saudi firm at a press conference held yesterday.

The company hopes to eclipse Gevora Hotel by building the largest hotel in the world. The planned project will be 385 meters in height, making it one of the tallest hotel buildings in the world.

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Dubai’s Gevora Hotel, built in 2017, at 356.3 meters in height, is currently the largest hotel in the world. It has 75 floors. The world’s highest hotel is The Ritz-Carlton in Hong Kong.

Dr Mohammed Al Jabri, the CEO of United Gulf Industrial Consult, said during the event: “This will be the tallest hotel tower in the world, it will be 385 meter in height.

“However, we have not yet found the land for it. We have already secured 85 percent of the capital required for it.

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“When completed, the project will enter the Guinness Book of World Records.

“We have completed all designs and drawings and only need to finalise on the land.”


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