Observe Dubai from the soaring heights of the Burj Khalifa


Like many others do you dream about being able to fly? Well, this is a dream that’s not possible yet, but you can stand 555 metres over Dubai on the viewing deck of the Burj Khalifa. Soaring over the city, the Burj Khalifa is Dubai’s most iconic destination.

The experience begins in the Burj Khalifa SKY lounge. From here you’re escorted in a dedicated elevator to the 125th floor. Inside the elevator specially designed projections give you the feeling of flying over global landmarks as you ascend. At 456 metres above the ground, level 125 offers a spacious deck with a stunning 360-degree view of the city. This level also houses one of the newest features of the attraction, “Dubai – A Falcon’s Eye View”. This allows you to explore the city from a unique perspective, with personalised attention from guest ambassadors. A special elevator then brings you up to level 148 of the Burj Khalifa. At 555 metres high, you can bask in the breathtaking views of the world’s highest observation deck. As you descend gently to ground level, a new exhibit allows you to relive the historic build of the Burj Khalifa.

Dedicated stations take you behind the scenes, where you can listen to testimonials of the ‘People Behind Burj’, giving you insights into every aspect, from the interiors and landscaping to the design and architecture. To make your stay in Dubai even better you can book to stay at the Royal Ascot Hotel Apartment. Based in the heart of the city, this hotel is in the perfect location for both business and leisure travellers. Within walking distance you can reach the Burjuman Shopping Mall, the Meena Bazaar and Bur Dubai Creek. Explore the expanse of this great city and stay in luxury to make your trip even better.

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