Situated on the shores of the Arabian Gulf, and overlooking its own private natural bay, the Emirates Palace is one of the most iconic landmarks in the whole of the UAE. Claimed as the world's most expensive hotel, it could easily have come straight from an Arabian fairy-tale, and is a blend of Arabian splendour and indulgence with the ultimate in state-of-the-art technology. In a country of ultra-opulent hotels, this one stands out as an authentic royal guest-house -- the expressed aim of management is to give guests the sense of living in a palace, making it a far from run-of-the-mill hotel experience.
The Palace, a kilometre long, has two wings, East and West, joined by the huge Grand Atrium Dome, with a surface finish of silver and gold mosaic tiles, and a gold finial at its apex. There are 114 domes in total, in colours reflecting the different shades of sand found in the Arabian Desert. At night, the hotel changes from a golden-sandy colour, contrasting with the gardens and fountains, to a majestic rainbow-changing light effect over the central dome.
The 302 luxury rooms and 60 suites offer the ultimate in indulgence, and display a stunning blend of Arabian style with gorgeously ornate decor and furnishings. The suites include 40 Khaleej Suites, 4 Presidential Suites, and 16 Palace suites which can be sub-divided into 48 individual suites. All accommodation features an arched balcony, air conditioning, working desk, multimedia entertainment centre, flat screen TV, safe, over-sized bathtub, shower, bidet, 1 king-size or 2 double beds, WiFi, 24-hour butler service, daily newspaper.
Measuring 55 square metres, views over landscaped gardens from private terrace or balcony, lovely marble bathroom with view through to bedroom, which has view through to arched balcony.
Measuring 55 square metres, views over pool areas and towards white-sand beach from private terrace or balcony, lovely marble bathroom with view through to bedroom, which has view through to arched balcony.
Measuring 55 square metres, mesmerising views of the shimmering waters of the Gulf from private terrace or balcony, lovely marble bathroom with view through to bedroom, which has view through to arched balcony.
Measuring 110 square metres, sea views, lounge area, separate living room and bedroom, powder room, bathroom with Jacuzzi.
Khaleej Deluxe Suite
Measuring 165 square metres, spectacular 180-degree views of Arabian Gulf, lounge area, separate living room and bedroom, dining room, powder room, bathroom with Jacuzzi.
Royal Khaleej Suite
Measuring 275 square metres, adornments of gold, delicate silks and Swarovski crystal chandeliers, lounge area, separate living room and bedroom, dining room, powder room, bathroom with Jacuzzi.
Two-bedroom Palace Suite
Measuring 460 square metres, described as a palace within a palace, balcony with breathtaking Gulf views, stately lounge area, separate living room and 2 sumptuously furnished bedrooms, dining room.
Three-bedroom Palace Suite
The 3 bedroom Suite is divided into the Coral Palace Suite (110 m²), the Pearl Palace Suite (140 m²) and the Diamond Palace Suite (220 m²). Taken together, the 3 bedroom suite measures 680 m². It features spacious Majlis living area, elegant dining room, full pantry facilities, three regal bedrooms, extensive private terrace, entertainment centre, a safe, separate living-rooms and bedrooms.
Ramadan Restaurant operations 2019
We would like to take this opportunity to inform you about the scheduled closure of Food & Beverage outlets during the summer months of 2019 as well as the restaurant operations during the Holy Month of Ramadan (approximate dates from 05 May 2019 to 04 June 2019).