People planning holidays to Dubai this year will be able to take in the latest addition to the city’s skyline on their trip.

Anyone taking holidays to Dubai in 2010 will be able to marvel at the  completed Burj Dubai tower – the tallest building in the world.
People with a little extra cash to splash may want to enjoy the new building first hand and book a room in the Armani hotel housed within its walls.

This is the fashion house’s first hotel and is set to be followed by another in Italy’s style capital Milan, with further Armani resorts planned for cities around the world.

The first guests will be welcomed on March 18th 2010, with online bookings being taken from the end of January.

Armani Hotel Dubai is described by its operators as “the most exclusive destination in the city”.

The tower is 828 metres high and has 160-inhabited floors, although AFP reported that there are a further 40 storeys in the building.

In addition to the new hotel, it will also host 49 floors of office space and more than 1,000 apartments.

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