Emirates Palace, Abu DhabiCurrently Open
- Address: West Corniche Road, Abu Dhabi, GRB 104 United Arab Emirates
- Timings: 24-hrs Details
- Time Required: 04:00 Hrs
- Tags: Hotel, Leisure, Architecture
About Emirates Palace, Abu Dhabi
This stunning Luxury Hotel in the heart of Abu Dhabi is most certainly one of the most beautiful hotels around the world. This hotel is the epitome of luxurious leisure travelling and caters to the crème de la crème of the world. This hotel is extremely beautiful from the inside out with more than 300 rooms and 92 suites it is also spacious and elegant. The most striking feature about the Hotel, however, is that it has its own Marina which can berth a huge number of yachts making it a regular spot for the rich and the famous. The hotel is definitely worth taking a look at. Also, visit the popular attractions in the city by following Abu Dhabi itinerary 7 days.
Emirates Palace Information
- Other preferred time would be at night, the hotel’s lighting changes subtly, featuring a majestic rainbow-changing effect over the main dome.
- During daytime, the hotel’s golden-sandy colour contrasts with its fresh green gardens, silvery water fountains and the blue sky.
- The Emirates Palace has its own private helipad and marina, and it houses an enormous underground parking space for 2500 vehicles.
Emirates Palace Opening and Closing Hours
- You can visit this place anytime.
How To reach Emirates Palace by Public Transport
- Al Ras Al Akhdar
Restaurants Near Emirates Palace
- Le Vendome
- BBQ Al Qasr
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Emirates Palace, Abu Dhabi Reviews
Emirates Palace consists of 394 residences, including 92 suits and 22 residential suites. The residences are spread over two wings as well as a primary central building. The majority of the suites are furnished in gold and marble. The main primary building houses an expansive marble floor and a large patterned dome above, picked out in gold. The penthouse floor has six Rulers' Suites which are reserved exclusively for dignitaries, such as royalty. The facilities include 2 spa facilities, over 40 meeting rooms, a 1.3 km long beach, a marina, 2 helicopter landing pads, a ballroom that accommodates up to 2500 people, various luxury shops and international restaurants.
The palace hotel is absolutely beautiful, I didn't stay there but we had the 24 carat gold coffees which were lovely although a bit of a novelty. We also ordered scones which came out beautifully presented and they were definitely worth the price! The waiter did actually spill the coffee on me however and I was only offered a new coffee and an apology. I would have expected more from a 5 star hotel. There were renovation being carried out at the back of the hotel at the time and we had no access to that area. Overall was a good experience to have the coffees and have a look around the hotel although some areas are for residents only.
The most intricately crafted hotel ever! Right from the architecture to the quality of rooms, service and food. If you are looking to stay at a five star hotel or just want to feel like a Prince or a Princess, if only for a couple of days, look no further than this place. The prices are reasonable for the experience. It has a seaside dining area. Even common restrooms are beautifully built and are clean. You can visit the hotel for free as a tourist, if you behave and present yourself well.
"I love gold" should be emblazoned on the walls here, preferably in gold. It's an amazing venue designed to impress your impressions and does a very good job. Famed for an ATM that dispenses gold ingots (sadly being maintained when I visited), everything here invoked wealth. Lighting is gold coloured. Camel burger is dusted with edible 23k gold. Christmas tree is bathed in decorations. Staff are top notch, friendly and knowledgeable. Don't try to get in wearing shorts (you won't make it past the gate). An impressive and worthwhile spot to visit in Abu Dhabi (just stop for a lovely camelcino). Not stayed the night here sadly though I imagine the beds are probably gold coloured???
Nice, spacious hotel for gold lovers. Great beach. Superb location. Excellent food. Make sure & try their signature 24k gold camel burger at the cafe !