Yes, even if you’re not staying for the night.

It scooped a Guinness World Record when it opened in Dubai earlier this year, claiming the title of the tallest hotel in the world.

And you don’t need to be a guest to check out the view from the 356-metre-high tower, it has just been revealed.

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Gevora, the 75-floor hotel situated in the Trade Centre area on Sheikh Zayed Road, is opening up its pool to the public—just in time to offer respite from the climbing temperatures.


Situated on the 12th floor, the pool offers sweeping views of the Burj Khalifa (so yes, you can see the world’s tallest building as you’re swimming in the world’s tallest hotel).

There’s a 25-metre pool for adults, as well as a four-metre one for kids, with passes priced at Dhs150 per person on weekdays and Dhs200 on weekends.

You also get access to Gevora’s viewing deck on the 75th floor included (which typically costs Dhs100 on its own), which is open for business between 10am and 9pm daily.

The four-star Gevora shunted the 355-metre-high JW Marriott Marquis Hotel in Business Bay into second place for world’s tallest hotel when it opened on February 12.

The 528-room establishment features plenty of gold accents, cool geometric shapes and contemporary finishes, as well as five restaurants and a health club with a steam room and sauna.


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Gevora joins a list of toweringly tall hotels around the world, including Kuala Lumpur’s Four Seasons Place, Thailand’s Baiyoke Tower II and China’s Wuxi Maoye City – Marriott Hotel.

Gevora aside, Dubai also houses a significant number of the world’s highest hotels (aside from the JW Marriott Marquis), such as the Rose Rayhaan by Rotana, Burj Al Arab and Jumeirah Emirates Towers Hotel.

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