The Tallest Hotels in the World
Whilst we are pretty happy with the size of our little establishment here at The Mitre it is hard to ignore that there are some pretty extravagant hotels out there in the world. From exotic locations like Dubai to those a little closer to home in London, there are many different hotels to choose from. In this blog we’ve decided to list the most popular tall ones…
Grand Hyatt, China
With a building height of 1,381 feet it is safe to say that the Chinese were not playing it safe when they decided to construct their first skyscraper in 1994. In fact, with the highest hotel room standing on the 85th floor, this building is the fifth tallest in the whole world!
Burj Al Arab, Dubai
You may have heard this hotel referred to as the ‘world’s only 7 star hotel’ and the build truly lives up to the name. It is taller than the Eiffel tower at 1,053 feet and whilst the highest buy ambien buy levitra https://www.thecourtyardclinic.co.uk/buy-viagra-sildenafil-online-uk/ singapore overnight delivery room lies on the 25th floor, you can even argue that it is actually the 50th since every single room comes with two levels, connected by an exquisite gold and marble staircase.
This tall building was erected in 2013 and took up most of London’s skyline as a result of its 1,014 feet height. In fact, it is better known as The Shard; earning its name from the fact that is looks like a piece of broken glass. On floors 34 to 52, the Shangri-La Hotel can be found and depending on the location of your room, views can include the Thames and Big Ben.
Whilst we cannot promise views of exotic cities we can provide some of the most dazzling entertainment found in the heart of Manchester’s city centre! After all, The Mitre is located in the centre of everything you could possibly need! To find out more information, speak to the cheapest hotel in Manchester today!