Today (February 9, 2015): top 10 highest hotels in the world.
Occupying the upper levels of the world’s tallest buildings, these soaring hotels surpass all others.
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Within the Makkah Clock Royal Tower, this Fairmont hotel occupies the 1971ft (601m) building’s 22nd to 60th floors.
- Hotel website: Makkah Clock Royal Tower
The flagship of the Jumeirah Hotel Group is housed in its own skyscraper, occupying all 60 floors of the 321 metres (1,053 ft) tall Dubai landmark.
- Hotel website: Burj Al Arab
- Other top 10 accolades: Burj Al arab also features in my top 10 lists of the world’s most amazing hotel lobbies and the most expensive hotels in the world.
This Taiwanese hotel occupies floors 1 to 79 of the 1141ft (348m) Tuntex Sky Tower in Kaohsiung.
- Hotel website: 85Sky Tower Hotel
In Dubai’s 1092ft (333m) Rose Tower, the Rose Rayhaan hotel extends from the property’s ground floor to its 72nd.
- Hotel website: Rose Rayhaan by Rotana
The world’s tallest hotel, the Marriott Marquis Dubai occupies every level of these two 77-storey, 1165ft (355m) towers.
- Hotel website: Marriott Marquis Dubai
Within Shanghai’s 1381ft (421m) Jin Mao Tower, this Grand Hyatt occupies the building’s 51st to 87th floors.
- Hotel website: Grand Hyatt Shanghai
- Other top 10 accolades: The Grand Hyatt Shanghai also features in my top 10 list of the best luxury hotels in Shanghai.
Another Chinese property in our top 10 list, this Four Seasons hotel resides within the 103-storey Guangzhou International Finance Center. It occupies floors 68 to 103.
- Hotel website: Four Seasons Guangzhou
This Starwood property occupies floors 75 to 100 of Shenzhen’s 1450ft (442m) KK100 tower.
- Hotel website: St Regis Shenzhen
Surpassing the city’s Grand Hyatt (see number 5), this hotel takes up floors 79 to 93 of the 101-storey, 1614ft (492m) Shanghai World Financial Center.
- Hotel website: Park Hyatt Shanghai
- Other top 10 accolades: The Park Hyatt Shanghai also features in my top 10 list of the best luxury hotels in Shanghai.
- Review: to read my review of the Park Hyatt Shanghai, click here.
The 118-storey, 1587ft (484m) International Commerce Centre houses what is the world’s highest hotel: the Ritz-Carlton Hong Kong. Set on the skyscraper’s top 17 floors, the property’s crowning feature is its rooftop bar Ozone.
- Hotel website: The Ritz-Carlton Hong Kong
- Other top 10 accolades: The Ritz-Carlton Hong Kong also features in my top 10 lists of the best luxury hotels in China, the best luxury hotels in Hong Kong, and hotel rooms with a spectacular view.
- Review: to read my review of The Ritz-Carlton Hong Kong, click here.