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By the end of next year, Dubai will have another of the world’s tallest hotels, setting a new global standard for the hospitality industry.
Ciel in Dubai Marina is a stunning development that reaches a remarkable height of 365 meters. The architectural masterpiece is the latest addition to the world-renowned Marina District skyline and The First Group’s largest and most luxurious project to date.
Ciel is scheduled to be completed in the fourth quarter of 2023, with the grand opening planned for the first half of 2024.
Designed by award-winning London architect NORR, Ciel has a striking design, modern interiors, and a stunning glass view deck with 360-degree views of Dubai Marina, Palm Jumeirah, and the Arabian Gulf.
Ciel is fated to become one of the region’s most recognizable structures.
The structure’s unique rooftop glass viewing platform will attract locals and international visitors to the city, promoting the hotel as a one-of-a-kind development in one of the world’s most exciting cities.
This global profile makes Ciel one of the most attractive investment options in the rapidly growing portfolio.
Ciel was named Best International Hotel Architecture, Best Arabian Hotel Architecture, and Best Highrise Architecture Arabia at the International Property Awards 2019, which were held in London this year. BKM/ Expat Media
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