Named in March as the highest infinity pool in the world in a building, the swimming area on the roof of the newly opened Address Beach Resort is a dizzying 293.906 meters high.
That’s about nine tenths the height of the Eiffel Tower. Oh la la.
This isn’t a paddling pool either – with a length of 94.84 meters and a width of 16.5 meters, it is almost twice as long as an Olympic pool.
Although guests want to relax with their training for Paris 2024 and simply enjoy the panoramic view of the brand new Ain Dubai ferris wheel – the tallest in the world – and the white sands of Jumeirah Beach.
The Jumeirah Gate is a striking new addition to the beach in Dubai.
Courtesy Address Hotel + Resorts
As impressive as all of this is, it’s not even the only Guinness World Record the resort holds. The impressive sights aren’t limited to the upper levels either.
The Address Beach Resort is located together with the Address Beach Residences in two towers that are connected at their base and in turn by a skybridge from the 63rd to the 77th level.
The skybridge, in which luxury apartments are located, is the highest habitable skybridge floor in the world at 294.36 meters.
Known as Jumeirah Gate, this beachfront property opened in December 2020 and is another notable architectural addition to the already bustling Jumeirah skyline.
After all, it often feels like a tourist attraction in the emirate won’t open its doors without at least one record breaking claim to its name.
Federico Rota, Deputy CEO of Al Ain Holding, said of the victories: “We are proud to break two Guinness World Records with the Address Beach Resort. Artificial engineering and breakthrough amenities, this development has set new standards in terms of luxury lifestyle and hospitality set. “
The Sky Pool is a 25 meter long transparent pool that stretches between the tenth floors of two residential skyscrapers. It is the largest freestanding acrylic pool structure in the world.
Getting into the pool at the Address Beach Resort is a little harder though – you’ll have to stay in the $ 1.4 million apartments.