Swiss entrepreneur Remo Stoffel has unveiled a design for what promises to become the world’s tallest hotel. The structure, to be situated in Vals in the Swiss Alps, is designed to reach a height of 381 metres, which once completed in 2019. This will eclipse the JW Marriott Marquis hotel in Dubai, which currently holds the record at 355 metres tall. According to Stoffel, who is chairman of Dubai-based Farnek, one of the leading facilities management companies in the Middle East, the inspiration for the hotel came from Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid, ruler of Dubai.
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