The World’s Highest Hotels



The lofty heights of the world’s tallest buildings are often occupied by high-end apartments, but there is a way to get a taste of the high life. For more by The B1M subscribe now

Images courtesy of DBOX (Matthew Bannister and Keith Bomely), Wilkinson Eyre, Will Pryce, Four Season Hotels and Resorts, Starwood Hotels, Wilson Associates, Lotte Hotels and Resorts, Park Hyatt and The Ritz Carlton.

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  1. The pronunciation of Guangzhou is painful. Just say "Guang-Joe", that's easy to say for English speakers, less awkward and A LOT closer to the proper pronunciation.

  2. Meanwhile, western Nations have to deal with Unions and very strict environmental and soil studies that can delay building for a decade. usually causing the builders to back out.

  3. I see the trap this video got into. Calling #1 as Hong Kong, China. In 2010, nobody would have said anything about Hong Kong in China. Fast forward to the noise China made in 2018/19 with companies that did business with China, and you see this list. Now in July of 2020, Hong Kong is absolutely in China. If this video was preserved in history for another few centuries, it'd be fun to see this waxing and waning of geography across the world. FUN!

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