Makkah will soon be home to world’s largest luxury hotel, built in a 4.6 million square feet area, which is equivalent to 80 football fields in the United States.
According to DesignMENA, titled Abraj Kudai, the 3.5 billion dollar project will comprise of twelve 44-storey towers, and will boast of 10,000 rooms, 70 restaurants, floors just for royals, a full-size convention centre and multiple helipads.
While 10 of the towers would provide four-star accommodation, the remaining two will offer luxurious five-star amenities.
Designed by Dar Al Handasah, the hotel, which will be located just two kilometres away from Mecca, is designed to “reflect a contemporary interpretation of a traditional desert fortress.”
Abraj Kudai is expected to be completed in 2017.