These are the 10 tallest hotels in the world

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If you have a head for heights, there are impressive high-rise hotels around the world that offer you spectacular views. There you can leave everyday life behind, spend the night at gigantic heights and enjoy the view above the clouds in the morning.

Statistics site Statista lists the ten tallest hotels in the world – and it goes up to 630 meters high! We will show you.

1. The J Hotel in the Shanghai Tower

Recently, this giant tops the list of tallest hotels in the world: the J Hotel is located in the 632-meter-high Shanghai Tower, the second tallest building in the world. By the way, the tallest skyscraper is Dubai’s Burj Khalifa, 828 meters high, if you want to stop too.

The Shanghai Tower (right) is the tallest building in China and houses the tallest hotel in the world.

You have to climb a total of 128 floors until you reach the J Hotel. There you can, as far as your wallet allows, choose from 165 rooms and 34 suites. Impressive foresight doesn’t come cheap – according to the hotel’s website, you need to plan at least 4180 euros for one night. Then you should also visit the 360 ​​° restaurant on the 120th floor – from there you have the best view of the Pudong district in Shanghai.

2. JW Marriott Marquis Hotel, Dubai

Topping the list of tallest hotels at 355 meters, Dubai’s JW Marriott Matquis Hotel, the first of two towers opened in 2012 and has quickly established itself as a popular five-star hotel with modern design. Especially passing businessmen or couples check-in regularly.

The JW Marriott Marquis Hotel Dubai has long held the record for the highest hotel in the world.

The two towers offer 1608 rooms and you have a wide choice of 14 different restaurants where you want to dine. Also impressive is a wellness area and a total of 8,000 square meters of event space. The absolute highlight, however, is the outdoor swimming pool, from which you can take in the spectacular view of Dubai’s towering skyscrapers while taking a bath.

3. Park Hyatt Shanghai

The Park Hyatt Shanghai at first glance creates a bit of confusion: it is located in the Shanghai World Financial Center, 492 meters high, and would therefore be the second tallest hotel in the world.

But: The hotel itself is only located on the 79th to 93rd floors of the gigantic building. However, it offers its guests spectacular views, such as the Huangpu River and Pudong District. Also, right next door is the Shanghai Tower with what is now the tallest hotel in the world: the J Hotel.

The Park Hyatt is located in the Shanghai World Financial Center on the Huangpu River.

The Park Hyatt offers a total of 179 rooms, a swimming pool to relax and a fitness room to better climb the daily stairs – alternatively there is of course also an elevator.

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4.Rose Rayhann of Rotana, Dubai

The Rose Rayhann of Rotana in Dubai stands 333 meters high. There you will find 462 suites and rooms on 72 floors, which are modern but rather simply furnished. You feel like you are floating above the clouds when you visit the roof terrace with swimming pool, where you can enjoy the beautiful view.

The imposing Rose Rayhaan Tower in Dubai.

Businessmen who can use one of the seven conference rooms meet regularly in the four-star hotel, but of course also private individuals who want to spend a relaxing holiday.

5. Ritz Carlton, Hong Kong

Have a cocktail at 490 meters? You can do this at the Ritz Carlton in Hong Kong. The hotel bar is located at the top of the International Commerce Center, although it only occupies the top 17 floors of the building.