Swimming in the open air under a blue sky that reaches the horizon is one of life’s most liberating experiences. You can now try it in Dubai at nearly a thousand feet above sea level.
Address Beach Resort’s newly opened rooftop (293,906m in height) has the world’s tallest infinity pool in a building – this is about nine-tenths the size of France’s Eiffel Tower.
The swimming pool is notable for its impressive size, measuring 94.84m in length and 16.5m in width, and it’s about twice as long as an Olympic pool. The attraction is only for hotel guests 21 and up, but you can enjoy the view by booking a table at the Zeta Seventy Seven rooftop restaurant, which gets its name from the fact that it is on the 77th floor of a hotel with a lake.
The pool is impressive, but it isn’t the resort’s only Guinness World Record. The resort and its apartments are located in two towers connected at their base and a suspension bridge from the 63rd to the 77th floors. The 294.36-meter-high bridge, which contains luxury rooms, is the world’s highest occupied suspension bridge.
Al Ain Holding’s Executive Vice President, Federico Rota, said: “In keeping with our pledge to develop landmark projects, we are proud to break two Guinness World Records with the Address Beach Resort. Thanks to modern construction and pioneering amenities, this development has set new standards in luxury lifestyle and hospitality.”