The Link by One&Only One Zabeel

Designed by the Japanese architectural company Nikken Sekkei, the structure will have two glass towers. Its main feature is that the skyscrapers will be joined to one another by the world's longest cantilevered structure, called 'The Link.'

The Link by One & Only One Za'abeel will become a part of Dubai's urban landscape when it opens in 2023.

The glass walls of The Link, suspended 100 metres above the earth, would offer a "panoramic area" with restaurants, bars, an observation deck, a gym, a spa, a pool, a banquet hall, and a rooftop terrace.

The Link also houses a glass-walled infinity pool, 229 hotel rooms and suites, and more than 90 residential apartments.

Ciel Tower

In 2023, Ciel Hotel will be the highest hotel in the world. The 365-metre-tall structure will contribute to the skyline of Dubai Marina and is operated by The First Group, a Dubai-based property developer.

The 82-story hotel, designed by the London-based architect NORR, will have a glass observation deck on the 82nd level, providing tourists with panoramic views over Dubai Marina, the Palm Jumeirah, and the Arabian Gulf. On the 74th level, the hotel will also feature a "sunset lounge."

Upon completion, Ciel will exceed the Gevora Hotel, the highest hotel in Dubai right now.

Foreign investors from Europe, Russia and India, are keen on investing in Dubai's prime areas - Palm Jumeirah and Emirates Hills following the success of Expo 2020 and, most importantly, the efficient handling of the pandemic by the officials of Dubai. The interest and demand in these areas' ultra-luxury properties are exceptionally high.

Atlantis The Royal

Set to open in January 2023, $1.4B Atlantis The Royal commissioned a host of talented modern artists to personalize each residence.

The resort will also house 90 swimming pools, including a rooftop infinity pool on the 22nd floor, suspended 90 metres above ground level. The 43-storey cantilevered resort will feature 231 luxury apartments, 693 hotel rooms, and 102 suites, all of which offer views of the Arabian Sea and Palm Island.

Atlantis The Royal will also feature restaurants run by global celebrity chefs, some of which include Gastón Acurio, Costas Spiliadis, Ariana Bundy, Heston Blumenthal, and José Andrés.

Kempinski Floating Palace

The floating building, expected to open in 2023, will feature a glass pyramid-topped main building structured in four parts.

The five-star luxury hotel, the Kempinski Floating Palace, aside from accommodating over 150 guestrooms and suites, the hotel will also be home to 12 luxury villas connected by "pontoons." The two, three, and four houseboats are for sale but can also be rented out by hotel guests.

"Cruising at a maximum speed of 6 nautical miles, the villas are equipped with solar panels and are designed to be environmentally friendly," The hotel will also feature a "connected floating helipad next to an impressive yacht parking deck for up to 16 yachts,"

Jumeirah Marsa Al Arab

The superyacht-shaped hotel Jumeirah Marsa Al Arab is set to open in 2023. It will feature 386 rooms and suites, four penthouses, and 83 luxury hotel apartment suites set amid private landscaped gardens.

Jumeirah Marsa Al Arab will complete the "oceanic trilogy," which already has the wave-shaped Jumeirah Beach Hotel and the sailboat-inspired Burj Al Arab.

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