Gevora Hotel is a 1,168 ft (356 m) tall hotel along Sheik Zayed Road in the city Dubai. That stature has given the high rise the title of the tallest lodging working as per Guinness World Records.
The four-star lodging opened in February 2018 after a development time of twelve years. It has 528 rooms spread more than 75 stories and various offices remembering eateries and a pool for head of its parking structure building.
Gevora Hotel is near the Dubai International Financial Center and its namesake metro station, the Rose Rayhaan by Rotana, and the Emirates Towers. The lodging is around 1 mile (1.6 km) away from Burj Khalifa and The Dubai Mall from point A to point B.
The development of the structure began in 2005 with Al Attar Properties as an engineer. During the development stage, the structure was known as Ahmed Abdul Rahim Al Attar Tower after the executive of the advancement firm.
The structure was planned by the design and building firm Eng. Adnan Saffarini Office, yet the draftsman of record was Al Turath Engineering Consultants.
The contractual workers included Al Fara'a General Contracting, Naresco Contracting, and Caterpillar Contracting. It was built by the company's Gulf Engineering and Consultants (auxiliary) and Al Attar Electromechanical Engineering (MEP).
After the preparation was laid in 2005, the pinnacle rose between the spring of 2006 and the mid year of 2008, when the highest levels were reached. One new floor was included like clockwork. At the point when another floor was developed, first the flight of stairs and deep openings were raised, trailed by the external dividers and their encompassing shafts. At long last, the spaces in the middle of were filled.
After the primary structure was done, the structure was completely clad and the crown was introduced. The structure was at first arranged as a private pinnacle, however was changed over into an inn during development.
It was finished in 2017 following twelve years of development. Inlet News revealed the development had cost more than 500 million AED (US$140 million). After its consummation, it was uncovered that the structure would be an inn with the name 'Gevora Hotel'. The main visitors showed up on February 12, 2018.