At.mosphere, Highest Restaurant in the World opened in Dubai’s Burj Khalifa, Tallest Building in the World

By on Jan 25, 2011 in Announcement, Current Events, Lifestyle, Middle East, Travel, World Comments

At.mosphere, reportedly the world’s highest restaurant in the world, opened on Sunday, January 23, 2011 in Burj Khalifa tower, the world’s tallest building located in Dubai, according to international news sites.

Image Credit: REUTERS/Jumana El-Heloueh

At.mosphere, at 442 meters (1,350 feet) above the ground and located at level 122 of Burj Khalifa, has dislodged the revolving 360 Restaurant in CN Tower in Toronto as the highest restaurant in the world. The restaurant has its own private elevator and is two levels below  Burj Khalifa‘s observatory deck called ‘At the Top.’

At.mosphere is a lounge and grill restaurant that can accommodate more than 210 guests. It has large arrival lobby, a main dining floor, private dining rooms and display cooking stations. Reports quoted Marc Dardenne, CEO of Emaar Hospitality, describing the food in At.mosphere as ‘modern eclectic, European cuisine.’ As reported, appetizers cost $50 each, and entrees at the contemporary grille cost around $93. In the private dining area, a guest will spend around $176. A afternoon tea will cost guest about $100 while snacks and drinks will be around $54 per head. At.mosphere is reportedly booked during its first two days of opening.

Emaar Properties is the developer Burj Khalifa. The highest building in the world also houses the world’s first Armani Hotel Dubai and Armani Residences, alongside corporate suites, residences, retail and leisure facilities.

Below is part of the statement by Mohamed Alabbar, chairman of Emaar Properties regarding opening of At.mosphere.

Burj Khalifa has lived up to its promise of being ‘A Living Wonder.’ The addition of At.mosphere provides guests an unparalleled dining out and lounge experience.

The world’s highest restaurant is already booked out for its first two days of opening.

Below is a video of At.mosphere, highest restaurant in the world, provided by msnbc.com.



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