Famous Landmarks Around The World Use Bathrooms From These Brands!
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In a cosmopolitan city, besides the white clouds and dogs, the stars, and the landmark buildings in the middle of the city, you can see from a distance. As the facade of a city, the city landmark not only satisfies people’s long-cherished wish of constructing the Tower, but also is an important indicator of a city’s economy, culture, accommodation and other urban factors. In these prosperous city landmarks, cloud hotels are embedded in them, and there are matching bathroom boutique and these world-class city landmarks and cloud hotels complement each other, showing the extraordinary charm of the city skyline together.
Burj Khalifa, Dubai
At 828 meters tall, the Burj Khalifa is currently the tallest building in the world. The design of the Burj Khalifa was inspired by the spider orchid, the regional flower of the desert in the UAE. A total of 5,000 Axor Starck mixers have been installed on the 162 floors of the Burj Khalifa’s living quarters – a world record for the number of Hansgrohe products installed at one location.
Shanghai World Financial Center (SWFC)
Shanghai World Financial Center, once the tallest building in Shanghai at 492 meters, is now the 11th tallest building in the world, the seventh tallest in China and the second tallest in Shanghai. The project is a super “vertical city” that combines office, commercial, hotel and tourism. The W Hotel, located in Shanghai’s World Financial Center, has long been a hotspot for Shanghai’s hipsters, with the Presidential Suite featuring a faucet from the Koei Aralert Palladium Collection and a shower from Koei Ruiyu Collection. From the window of the bathroom, the view of the Bund is breathtaking.
Abeno Aquaspace Tower
At 300 meters tall, the Abeno Kaikyo Tower is the tallest building in Japan, completed in 2014, and is a nettlesome landmark in Osaka. Located on the 38th and 55th floors, the JW Marriott Hotel Osaka was designed by Japan Tourism Planning and features the Sentinel and Reggio series of bathrooms from Japan’s century-old Ina Bathroom brand. The elegantly furnished living room with a grey marble accented Japanese soaking bath is a poetic space.
Tanjong Pagar Centre, Singapore
The Tanjong Pagar Centre, Singapore, with a main tower of approximately 290 metres and 64 storeys, is the tallest building in Singapore, and the development, which combines office space, retail shops, a luxury hotel, luxury residences and an urban park, has won the World Architecture News Award in the Mixed-Use Building category (2014). AccorHotels has opened its 800th hotel in the Asia Pacific region, the Sofitel Singapore Downtown. The hotel features 223 fully equipped rooms and suites, spacious bathtubs with individual rain showers and luxurious Lavin or Hermès bathroom amenities.
International Commerce Centre, Hong Kong
With 118 floors and a total height of 484 meters, the Hong Kong International Commerce Centre is the tallest building in Hong Kong. The Ritz-Carlton, Hong Kong is located at Levels 102-118 of International Commerce Centre, Hong Kong and is designed by the world famous architectural firm KPF. The Kohler collection, with its technological and fashionable design, fully reflects the sophisticated, unique and elegant brand of The Ritz-Carlton.
Shenzhen Ping An Finance Center
The main building height of Shenzhen Ping An International Finance Center is 592.5 meters, totaling 118 floors, which is now the tallest building in Shenzhen. Park Hyatt Shenzhen Hotel is located in the north tower of Ping An Financial Center complex, with 195 rooms and suites ranging from 48-300 square meters on the 36th to 44th floor, Chinese style interior design, exclusive custom double sink, bathtub, Le Labo scented bath products, automatic washroom, trying to create a “sleep like the clouds”. “The Resting Place.
Lotte Building, Korea
Located in Seoul, Lotte World Tower is 555 meters tall and has 123 floors in total, making it the tallest building in South Korea, surpassing the Northeast Asia Trade Tower in Incheon. The Lotte World Tower is temporarily ranked 6th in the world ranking of completed or completed tall buildings. As the best local hotel in Seoul, Signiel Seoul Hotel is located between the 76th and 101st floors of Lotte World Tower and has 235 rooms with panoramic views of Seoul. The bathroom in the Presidential Suite at Signiel Seoul has the best view in Seoul, and the faucets and bathtubs are all made of Dulavit products.
Grand Kyoto Tower, Bangkok
Designed by German architect Ole Scheeren, the 77-story 314-meter Grand Kyoto Tower in Bangkok is Thailand’s tallest building and is known as the “Pixel Tower” because of its pixelated appearance. The Ritz-Carlton Hotel Apartments are located on floors 23 to 54 of the Grand Kyoto Tower, while the larger Sky Residences are located on floors 57 to 73. Soak in the Sky Residences’ spa-inspired bathtubs and enjoy breathtaking views of central Bangkok.
Vietnam Landmark Tower 81
Located in Ho Chi Minh New Port, Landmark Tower 81 has 81 floors and a total height of 461 meters, making it the tallest building in Vietnam and Southeast Asia. Designed by British firm Atkins, the project was inspired by the image of bamboo. The Vinh Pearl Luxury Landmark 81 is part of the Vinh Pearl Group, which blends local Vietnamese characteristics with international luxury standards to create the top bathroom experience in Southeast Asia.