World’s highest lounge opens in Dubai

The Lounge Burj Khalifa will stand at 545m

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The world’s highest lounge is now open in Burj Khalifa, so if you’re after sky-high drinks, then you know where to head.

The Lounge Burj Khalifa is spread over the 152nd to 154th floors of the world’s tallest building and it will be open every day.

Set 575m in the air, you’ll have to have a head for heights to make a date here, but if you want a bird’s eye view of the city then you’ll be in the right spot.

There’s even an outdoor terrace on the 152nd floor – with glass walls for a prime view.

The Lounge Burj Khalifa will serve afternoon tea between 12.30pm and 4pm as well as sunset drinks and canapés at 5.30pm to 7pm every day and evening drinks from 7.30pm to midnight.

It doesn't come cheap though, and tea will set you back Dhs550 including sandwiches, freshly baked cakes and pastries, while the evening experiences are Dhs600 to include one drink and unlimited canapés.

Food will come from the team behind the menus at Armani Hotel Dubai, at the base of Burj Khalifa.

There will also be live performances, too, from DJs, pianists and musicians.

It’s the second lofty venue in the building, after At.mosphere, a swanky lounge, bar and restaurant on the 122nd floor of the building.

At.mosphere serves sundown drinks, dinner and is the holder of our Best Afternoon Tea 2018 title.

Think you can handle the height? We’ll see you 545m up.
Burj Khalifa, Downtown Dubai,

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