At.Mosphere-World's Highest Restaurant

Care to dine at the world's highest restaurant? Dubai opens At.Mosphere, the world's highest restaurant soaring 442 metres (1,350 feet) up in the sky on Sunday January 23, 2011. The restaurant is situated on the 122nd floor of the world's tallest building, Dubai's Burj Khalifa. Located two levels below the tower's observation deck, the "world's highest restaurant" can host "over 210 guests and features a spacious arrival lobby, a main dining floor, private dining rooms and display cooking stations," according to AP.

Armani Hotel Dubai
You can also find in the Burj Khalifa the Italian designer Giorgio Armani's signature hotel. Armani Hotel Dubai is the world’s first hotel designed and developed by Giorgio Armani. It has eight restaurants offering a wide choice of world cuisines ranging from Japanese and Indian to Mediterranean and authentic fine-dining Italian. The hotel also features:
  • 24 Armani Studio rooms
  • 54 Armani Classic rooms
  • 26 Armani Premiere rooms
  • 4 Armani Premiere rooms with Balcony
  • 26 Armani Suites
  • 2 Armani Suites with Balcony
  • 12 Armani Executive Suites
  • 3 Armani Ambassador Suites
  • 3 Armani Ambassador Suites with Balcony
  • 5 Armani Signature Suites
  • 1 Armani Dubai Suite
Burj Khalifa has an observation deck on the 124th floor, open to visitors for an hour at an entrance fee of at least 100 dirhams (27 dollars) per adult and at least 75 dirhams per child. Tickets may be purchased at the ticket office near the entrance to At the Top on the lower ground of The Dubai Mall.

Burj Khalifa is formerly known as Burj Dubai with a towering height of 828-metre (2,716.5-feet). It was later named after United Arab Emirates (UAE) President Sheikh Khalifa bin Zayed al-Nahayan. The world's tallest building is surrounded by hotels, must-visit shopping destinations and a world of entertainment options.