Ever wondered what it would be like to spend a night among the stars? Well, look no further because we’ve collected some of the tallest towers and highest hotel rooms in the world.
1. Park Hyatt, Shanghai, China
Overall height: 1,614ft
Highest room: 93rd floor
Park Hyatt in Shanghai, China
Surrounded by other colossal towers (such as the Super Brand Mall and the Oriental Pearl) and based in the Shanghai World Financial Centre, the 5 star Shanghai Park Hyatt provides guests with a one-of-a-kind view of the Shanghai skyline and the Huangpu River..
2. The Ritz-Carlton, Hong Kong
Overall height: 1,587ft
Highest room: 118th floor
The Ritz-Carlton in Hong Kong
Hong Kong’s Ritz Carlton overlooks the city’s Victoria Harbour and is directly above the Kowloon Station, making it a scenic and practical place to stay. There’s more than enough inside the hotel to distract you from the impressive views outside, including the highest bar in the world (Ozone), 5 Michelin Star winning restaurants, a spa, massage centre, pool, and a caviar bar.
3. The St. Regis Shenzhen, Shenzhen, China
Overall height: 1,450ft
Highest room: 90th floor
The St. Regis Shenzhen in Shenzhen, China
The architects of The St. Regis Shenzhen made the most of the building’s remarkable height by installing floor-to-ceiling windows that flood the rooms with natural light, and complement the sleek interiors. Other highlights include an indoor infinity pool, a spa, a gym and a library.
4. Four Seasons Hotel, Guangzhou, China
Overall height: 1,439ft
Highest room: 98th floor
Four Seasons Hotel in Guangzhou, China
Guangzhou’s Four Seasons Hotel is only 5-minutes’ walk from the city’s impressive Opera House, and 10-minutes from another giant building: the Canton Tower. This 5 star hotel has a swimming pool, seven restaurants, hot tubs, a beauty shop and a massage centre.
5. Grand Hyatt Shanghai, Shanghai, China
Overall height: 1,381ft
Highest room: 85th floor
Grand Hyatt Shanghai in Shanghai, China
The Grand Hyatt Shanghai is housed in the huge, Art Deco Jinmao Tower. And guests have the choice between admiring the Pudong skyline or the Shanghai waterfront on either side. Once this decision has been made there are still 9 restaurants to pick from, in addition to the Club Oasis Spa and a fitness centre.
6. JW Marriott Marquis Hotel, Dubai, UAE
Overall height: 1,165ft
Highest room: 77th floor
JW Marriott Marquis Hotel in Dubai, UAE
Spread across not one but two towers, Dubai’s JW Marriott has 14 restaurants, multiple bars, lounges and cafés. There are also six ‘interactive cooking stations’ at the Kitchen6 restaurant, where guests can watch their meals’ journeys from prep to plating. Meanwhile, Indian feasts are being whipped up by celebrity chef Atul Kochhar, and the top-floor Vault Bar has an uninterrupted view of the Dubai skyline.
7. 85 Sky Tower, Kaohsiung, Taiwan
Overall height: 1,141ft
Highest room: 69th floor
85 Sky Tower in Kaohsiung, Taiwan
The 85 Sky Tower in Taiwan has pulled off the nigh-impossible, by providing guests with minimalist interior design, while maintaining a homely, low-key atmosphere. Once you’ve finished admiring the view and furnishings, the dining options include traditional Taiwanese menus, a Teppanyaki restaurant and freshly-grilled seafood.
8. Rose Rayhaan by Rotana, Dubai, UAE
Overall height: 1,093ft
Highest room: 72nd floor
Rose Rayhaan by Rotana in Dubai, UAE
Concentrating on eating breakfast with an unobstructed view of the Burj Khalifa (the tallest structure in the world) is bound to be a challenge. But if you can tear yourself away you’ll find the area surrounding the Rose Rayhaan is full of similarly delightful diversions. Especially for committed shoppers who will find the Dubai Mall right next door and the Burjuman Shopping Mall only a 10-minute drive away.
9. Burj Al Arab Jumeirah, Dubai, UAE
Overall height: 1,053ft
Highest room: 60th floor
Burj Al Arab Jumeirah in Dubai, UAE
Guests check into the Burj Al Arab Jumeirah arrive in either one of the hotel’s Rolls Royces, or via a private helicopter. The hotel is practically a self-contained resort, with multiple swimming pools, restaurants, and self-contained cabanas. The only thing more impressive than the Burj Al Arab Jumeirah’s facilities is its view of the Arabian Gulf.
10. Shangri-La Hotel, London, UK
Overall height: 1,014ft
Highest room: 52nd floor
Shangri-La Hotel in London, UK
The Shangri-La Hotel sits between the 34th and 52nd floors of The Shard in London and the rooms include body-contouring-beds, mirrors with integrated TV screens and climate-control to respond to The Shard’s sun shielding technology.