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World’s Highest Restaurant Has $1.5 Billion View With Caviar: Dubai Dining


Copyright: Bloomberg

January 31, 2012


At.mosphere restaurant on the 122nd floor of Burj Khalifa, Dubai’s final extravagance before the financial crisis, offers a vista of the boom years. Floor-to-ceiling windows look out over the sail-shaped Burj al-Arab hotel, Sol Kerzner’s $1.5 billion Atlantis resort jutting out from the tip of the manmade Palm Jumeirah island, and beyond that, a huddle of towers near Dubai Marina. At.mosphere is the world’s highest restaurant. Guests may choose between a formal grill for lunch or dinner and a casual lounge with purple...


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