The Emirates Palace is what Burj Al Arab means to Dubai: “going beyond 5 star luxury”. Imagine 114 breath-taking 18-meter-high domes, ornated hotel rooms and luxury suites all decorated in gold and marble. As Abu Dhabi’s iconic landmark, Emirates Palace embraces the rich culture and colourful traditions of this region and translates this into Arabian warmth and hospitality. No gold nor marble were spared creating this spectacular resort, making it one of the most impressive hotels ever built.
Behind the palace you will find a private beach of 1.3 kilometers, a private marina overlooking a natural bay. The two royal swimming pools surrounded by 85 hectares of beautifully landscaped gardens are breathtaking. This, my friends, is the Emirates Palace. It doesn’t only serve as a hotel, but as a cultural hub for the city hosting opera, orchestras, film festivals and many more. Served to you in a golden royal style. Emirates Palace
“Emirates Palace is going beyond 5 star luxury all decorated in gold and marble”
You can easily walk around inside the hotel’s ground floor to enjoy the different shops and restaurants in the Emirates Palace. Sadly the beach and gardens are not accessible for visitors, but… we actually found a way to get there! We had lunch on the terrace of the Mezlai Emirati Restaurant, sneaked around the corner (towards the beach area) and enjoyed the most beautiful sunset with the palace on one side and the marina on the other! By the way, they serve a mean mezze platter in the restaurant that is worth a try!