Dubai has now amassed yet another Guinness World Record. On this rooftop oasis, you’ll find the world’s highest infinity pool within a building.

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Swimming in the open air, beneath beautiful skies that reach all the way to the horizon, is a freeing experience, and now you can enjoy it over 1,000 feet above sea level in Dubai. The world’s tallest infinity pool within a building, the rooftop bathing area at the recently opened Address Beach Resort, was named the world’s tallest infinity pool inside a building in March (964 feet and 3.1 inches).

That’s almost nine-tenths of the height of the Eiffel Tower. Oh, my goodness.
It’s also not a paddling pool, with a length of 94.84 meters and a width of 16.5 meters, about twice as long as an Olympic-sized pool.

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Dubai has now amassed yet another Guinness World Record: Jumeirah

Guests may want to unwind while preparing for Paris 2024 by taking in the panoramic views of the world’s largest Ferris wheel, the Ain Dubai, and the white sands of Jumeirah Beach.

The pool is exclusively available to hotel guests aged 21 and above, but you can enjoy the views without donning a swimsuit by arranging a meal at Zeta Seventy Seven, the neighbouring rooftop restaurant. The Asian Fusion restaurant and the pool are both on the hotel’s 77th floor, thus the name.

This beachside property, known as Jumeirah Gate, is another spectacular architectural addition to the already busy Jumeirah skyline, having debuted in December 2020.

After all, it seems as though no tourist destination in the emirate would dare to open its doors without at least one world-record-breaking claim to its name.

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