Which is the most expensive neighbourhood to rent an apartment in Dubai?
No surprises here, it’s Burj Khalifa! At 2,716.5 feet, the 200-plus storey tower has 160 residential levels, more than any other building in the world.
Located in one of Dubai’s glittering communities, the world’s tallest tower, also nicknamed “a vertical city”, offers stunning views, posh apartments, high-profile neighbours, sumptuous amenities, and is the answer to your prayers if you want to live the life of an opulent Dubai resident.
Designed for the connoisseur; living in the world’s tallest building comes at a tall price. Burj Khalifa offers 900 luxurious residences including studios, and one, two, three and four bedroom apartments. The view itself is worth the hefty price, and so are all the perks that come along with living in one of the world’s most expensive properties or as Emaar calls it, the “living wonder.”
Welcoming you at the reception is the World Voices by the great artist Jaume Plensa. You can have a meal at the World’s Highest Restaurant and swim in the world’s 2nd highest swimming pool. Other amenities include a market, tennis court, fitness club, resident library, yoga and massage centres, and night clubs, one of which is the highest night club in the world at the 144th floor. Then, there are elegantly designed Sky Lobbies on Levels 43, 76, and 123 and fitness centres that include Jacuzzis on Levels 43 and 76. The Sky Lobbies on 43 and 76 both feature swimming pools and a recreational room.
No description of Burj Khalifa can be complete without mentioning the sweeping views it offers. You can enjoy the spectacular views of Dubai skyline, the Arabian Gulf and the gorgeous Dubai Fountain. If you rent an apartment in Burj Khalifa, remember that you’re truly in ‘The Centre of Now.’
If you are an investor looking for promising views, regal homes and the epitome of the glamorous and glitzy Dubai life; for business or for personal purposes; then look no further. Give Betterhomes a call on +971 600 52 2233 and leave the rest to us.