By Daniel OstrovskyThe Omni hotel, which opened in 2017 in the heart of Dubai, has now closed its doors for good, according to a spokesperson.

The Omni Hotel, which was previously the tallest hotel in the world, opened in 2013 and was the first hotel in Dubai to offer its own suite, according a spokesperson from the Dubai-based hotel chain, Ostrovskys.

The spokesperson confirmed the hotel will close at the end of the year.

Ostrovskiy has been the owner of the Omni hotel since 2007, and was appointed CEO in 2018.

He is also the managing director of the company’s global network of hotels.

He has not revealed the exact price of the hotel’s closure, but a spokesperson told the New York Times that it is likely to be more than $5 million.

Dubai is a popular tourist destination for many countries around the world.

The country has seen an explosion in the number of luxury hotels in recent years, with the number in the city soaring from just under 2,000 to nearly 25,000 in just two years.