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Opening of the Tallest Hotel Worldwide in China

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Opening of the Tallest Hotel Worldwide in China

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The extreme lengths to which proprietors of deluxe lodgings will go in order to appear more significant never cease to amaze me. For instance, the cities of Shanghai and Dubai have been engaged in a continuous battle to construct the world’s tallest luxurious hotel. Despite the abundance of exquisite accommodations in both cities, the pursuit of towering heights persists. Presently, Dubai holds the title with the Gevora Hotel standing at 1,168 feet, but Shanghai has recently unveiled its own impressive structure.

The J Hotel Shanghai Tower was unveiled last week, and it is indeed remarkably tall. Positioned atop the pre-existing Shanghai Tower, the tip of J Hotel reaches approximately 2,000 feet in altitude. Although it falls short of claiming the tallest hotel title due to a technicality outlined by the Guinness Book of World Records, which stipulates that the entire building must function purely as a hotel, the J Hotel’s exceptional elevation grants it the distinction of being the loftiest hotel worldwide, pending verification.

Regarding the J Hotel’s accommodations, it boasts 165 rooms including 34 suites, alongside facilities such as an indoor pool, personalized butler service, a luxurious spa, and various dining options. CNN Travel’s estimated prices reveal that the most economical room in the establishment costs 3,601 RMB (approximately $557) per night, while the top-tier J Suite commands a rate of 67,628 RMB per night (roughly $10,467). Therefore, if you are exceptionally affluent and desire a luxurious vantage point overlooking the world, the J Hotel may be the perfect choice for your next getaway.

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