In the first quarter of 2024, Dubai, known for its skyscrapers and lavish hotels, will welcome Ciel, the world’s highest hotel. According to Ciel’s developer, the 82-story skyscraper will be The First Group’s tallest and most difficult project to date.
The mechanical, electrical, and plumbing (MEP) fixtures, as well as 99% of the development work, have been completed, according to The First Group. The building’s outside bracket work has been completed up to the 72nd floor, while curtain wall work has been completed up to the 70th floor.
Similarly, the plastering and wall partitions are 97% complete, while the tiling project is 66% complete. Ciel’s inner atrium will be 300 metres high, with vertically tiered and organically ventilated terraces.
Rob Burns, CEO of The First Group, expressed delight at the addition of a new towering building to Dubai’s skyline. Despite the pandemic’s delays, he observed that progress is being made swiftly, and the facility will formally open in 2024.
More Details On The Ciel
The Ciel will contain 1,042 rooms on 82 floors, 150 of which will be suites. The tower has a sleek, modern design and a striking shape that will undoubtedly catch people’s attention.
The base of the tower required about 12,000 cubic metres of concrete and over 3,000 tonnes of steel.