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Tuesday, March 13, 2012


Burj Al Arab in Dubai
The Burj Al Arab is the iconic, sail shaped building on the shores of Dubai's beaches and, at 321m, is the fourth tallest hotel in the world

Pan Pacific, Singapore
37 floors high, the Pan Pacific is the tallest hotel in South East Asia

Jinmao Tower, China
Jinmao Tower is has one of the most-photographed atriums and with reason - the balconies have been designed to allow photographers to slide the camera over the ledge without having to look down the 88 floors.
Holiday Inn Atrium, Singapore
There's no guessing as to why this hotel got its name. The hotels 27 floors have been built around this impressive, glass-topped atrium.

Hyatt Regency,  America
This impressive Atlanta hotel with its glass elevators has inspired hotel design since it was built in 1967.
Renaissance Riverside Hotel, Vietnam
Located between the Saigon River and the CBD, the hotel offers impressive views both inside and out.

Glasgow Royal Infirmary, Scotland
Hopefully you won't be visiting this atrium while on holiday, but the over-200-year-old building is a beautiful sight to see nonetheless.

Residenz Parkstadt Falkensee, Germany
Even a humble pensione in Germany can look amazing from the right angle.

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