Burj Khalifa price per night
There is a an Hotel in Burj Khalifa: the Armani Dubai, it also has an appart-hotel section.
It is the most stray forward way to rent a room,I tried for a normal week-end in January (not a hollyday) the price per night varies from 2300 AED ($626) to 3,700 AED ($1,008) depending on the view and the presence of a balcony.
There are luxury suites for 8,000 AED ($2,180) to 30,000 AED ($8,170),There are also 1 bedroom appart-hotel for 3,000 ($817).
,Hope this help
Burj Khalifa owner
Who is the owner of Burj Khalifa?To answer the question on its ownership, we will have to look at what is in the building:,Residential floors: The building has 900 residential units in the building were sold to individual buyers, with some owning as many as 22 apartments.
,Offices: The building has 37 floors of corporate suites, which seem to have been sold rather than leased.
One can see advertisements of corporate suites for sale on various property listing sites in the UAE.
,Armani Hotel: This is owned and operated by Emaar,Observation Deck: Owned and operated by Emaar Properties,So, the answer is that there is no real owner of the Burj Khalifa.
Parts of it are owned by Emaar Properties, and the rest by individual / institutional investors.
Emaar, as the developer of the Burj Khalifa and its surroundings, is responsible for managing it on a day-to-day basis.
,PS: The building was named in honor of Sheikh Khalifa, the name does not imply ownership.
Burj Khalifa tickets
Ticket cost is about 180 dirhams for taking the elevator to go to top most floors .
Burj Khalifa cost in Rupees
A 545 square feet studio in high floor in Burj Khalifa is 2,100,000 AED which equal to 37,800,000 Indian Rupees if we calculate as following,Emarati Dirham = 18 Indian Rupees,And in USD the Flat will cost,575,342 USD (1USD = 3.
65 AED ),1 Square Feet = 1,055 USD,The studio have a nice view to the Dubai City .
Burj Khalifa height
Burj Khalifa is 829,8 m tall and it has 160 floors.
But, without the spire its 636 m only.
Burj Khalifa floors
160 stories,At over 828 metres (2,716.
5 feet) and more than 160 stories, Burj Khalifa holds the following records: Tallest building in the world.
Tallest free-standing structure in the world.
Highest number of stories in the world.