Top 5 Dubai's most expensive buildings

Top 5 Dubai's most expensive buildings

Dubai has the most impressive architecture in the world. Here you will be able to discover the top 5 Dubai's most expensive buildings. Keep reading to find out more details!

Dubai has the most impressive architecture in the world. Here you will be able to discover the top 5 Dubai's most expensive buildings. Keep reading to find out more details!

Dubai is known for its wealth, opulence, and aesthetic beauty. It's home to some of the wealthiest residents in the world and is a tourist attraction full of mystical and majestic possibilities. As the most populated city in the United Arab Emirates, Dubai's landscape boasts some of the most spectacular views you'll ever come across in your lifetime. When visiting Dubai, your eyes will feast on some of the most advanced architectural designs in the world, perfectly set against a hot and humid backdrop that boasts perfectly curated man-made islands. 

The mammoth Burj Khalifa has been declared as the 'tallest building in the world' and has also received a nod as the 'tallest free-standing structure' in the world, according to the Burj Khalifa's website. One of the biggest attractions in Dubai, this incredible structure features an elevator that has been dubbed as having the longest 'travel distance' in the world, and the structure stands at 28 meters high. With more than 160 stories and a jaw-dropping observation deck, it's clear to see the appeal this building carries.

Costing a jaw-dropping $1.5 billion to build and construct, this remains one of the most talked about structures in Dubai.

The mammoth Burj Khalifa has been declared as the 'tallest building in the world'

It would be impossible to visit Dubai and not take a moment to take in the sights of the Jeddah Tower. Offering some of the best views of the sea, this 1-kilometer high skyscraper suffered many construction delays and ultimately ended up costing just over $1.7 billion dollars.

The designing architect behind this building is the world-famous Adrian Smith from Adrian Smith + Gordon Gill Architecture. Not so coincidentally, Adrian was also the mastermind architect behind the Burj Khalifa. This tower is beautifully designed to resemble petals and leaves and defies gravity by standing a full kilometer above the ground.

It would be impossible to visit Dubai and not take a moment to take in the sights of the Jeddah Tower.

The Dubai Creek Tower is designed by architect Santiago Calatrava Valls. Standing just over 1300 meters high, this structure is pegged to be roughly 30% habitable, offering incredible views to its residents. Its height and location makes this building appealing to tourists as an observation deck and it features a significantly oversized antenna designed to aid with broadcasting. The tower features 20 floors full to the brim with the very best in the way of hotels and and incredibly expensive, decadent restaurants, for both residents and tourists of Dubai to enjoy. Guests are welcome to take in the sights and enjoy a treat in the sky garden.

The $1 billion price tag attached to the construction of this building means you can count on the inclusion of many luxurious amenities.

The Dubai Creek Tower is designed by architect Santiago Calatrava Valls.

Every bit as dynamic as its name would suggest, YouTube reveals this 80 story hotel is a fully rotating skyscraper. It takes 90 minutes to fully rotate each floor by 360 degrees. Those lucky enough to call the Dynamic Tower Hotel their home are able to drastically change their environment with the push of a button. Each residential unit has its own capability to rotate, and the rotating speed and direction can also be controlled from within each space. The building cost $1.2 billion US to construct.

Every bit as dynamic as its name would suggest, YouTube reveals this 80 story hotel is a fully rotating skyscraper.

There is simply no other hotel in the world that is more opulent and outrageously lavish as the Burj Al Arab. Coined as the first 7 star hotel in the world, this symbol of luxury sits on its very own manmade island and according to Money Control, cost a cool $1.7 billion to construct. With 202 rooms available, the most basic can be rented for $2,000 per night. The true experience, however, can be found in the Royal Suite, which costs roughly $24,000 for a one night stay.

There is simply no other hotel in the world that is more opulent and outrageously lavish as the Burj Al Arab.

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