At.mosphere – The Highest Restaurant in the World

You will find At.mosphere Grill and Lounge on the 122 floor of the world’s tallest building, Burj Khalifa, in Dubai.

Here guests can enjoy a unique dinning experience, 442 meters up in the sky with unparalleled views of the Arabian Gulf. The name is symbolic to the restaurant’s special location so high above the ground.

The glass-walled restaurant, opened its doors to the public on 23 January 2011 and is spread over an area of 1,030 square meters. It’s 92 meters taller than the next highest restaurant, the revolving 360 Restaurant in Toronto’s CN Tower.

The 210-seater restaurant and will serve contemporary European cuisine like prime cuts of beef, organic poultry and seafood. Guest can choice to dine at the grill or just relax in the lounge while admiring the stunning views of the world’s tallest performing fountains.

Diners keen to get a booking at At.mosphere, may need to save up after the Burj Khalifa eatery revealed patrons will be charged a minimum of AED450 ($122/R850) a head. Those wanting to book the luxury restaurant’s private dining area will be expected to fork out at least AED650 ($176.9/R1240) per guest, while afternoon tea comes in at nearly $100/R700 (AED350). For drinks and snacks in the lounge area, guests must spend AED200 ($54.45/R330) per head.

After dinner diners can head up two floors to the “At The Top” observation deck where they can buy gold bars, from a vending machine….

At.mosphere is be designed by the renowned hotel designer Adam Tihany, who has created unique venues for the One & Only Resorts in Mexico, Cape Town and the Bahamas.

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