The welcome This striking structure, lit up dramatically at night, can be seen from all over the city and is its highest building.
The Fairmont occupies one of the three towers and is 28 storeys high. There is a soaring lobby on the ground floor, which has a businesslike feel, and my taxi is unloaded without delay.
I’m staying in a signature suite on the 20th floor, so I’m escorted to check in at the lounge on the 19th floor. The views from this height are genuinely jaw-dropping.
I have to wait only five minutes for my bags to arrive at the room. The lobby of the Fairmont Baku, Flame Towers The neighbourhood The hotel is set back from the waterfront on a hillside, giving it a commanding overview of the whole city and its bay on the Caspian Sea.Read more on thenationalnews.com