Emirates Palace was wrought by the extravagant hotel group Kempinski Hotels & Resorts. The world’s most expensive and posh hotel was constructed and is owned by the Abu Dhabi government. The city, which is the United Arab Emirates’ capital, makes a prodigious impression on the Middle East business tourism. The 3 billion $ cost hotel was inaugurated in 2005 and is a gigantic stand stone itself.
The Seven Star Hotel illustrates the splendor and beauty of Arabian culture. Traditional style is used inside generally in silver, gold, marble and glass miscellanies. The chandeliers are made up of Swarovski crystal. There are 114 arenas, 200 fountains, the deluxe and technically innovative Conference Centre, the awe-inspiring Blue Salon and so on. The meekest suite is call Palace suite. Each of these comprises of at least three rooms and 61” plasma.
There are 302 majestic rooms in Coral, Pearl and Diamond classes with flooring of 55 square meters. The first-class graceful rooms are equipped to the highest level luxury so hotel guests can ease in total amenity comprising a 24-hour butler facility.
The Gulf Arab royals have an earmarked separate floor. The hotel is also the endorsed guest place of Abu Dhabi’s government with 22 three-bedroom suites proficient of hosting for each domes of state and their associates.
Being one of the worlds’s most esteemed hotels; Emirates Palace is a prevalent place for personages and luminaries. With its striking view and implausible indulgence, the hotel became the craning grandeur of Abu Dhabi.
Some of the well-known people who have set food on the Palace are Bill Clinton, Will Smith, Robert de Niro, Lawrence Fishburne, and Michael Jackson, many golf superators, FIFA World Cup Champions and also lots of sport personalities as the hotel has 70 football fields.
Emirates Palace offers opulent restaurants which bring the world’s premium cuisines. Epicurean meals for example exquisite seafood of the Sayad and outstanding view of the Gulf gives tremendous experience for the tourist. The Caviar Bar is also prevalent because of its world class champagne menu and caviar varieties with live traditional music.
The structure initiated in December 2001. Architects were Wimberly Allison Tong and Goo (WATG), who are among the foremost cordiality designers internationally. Exceptional structure encompasses a Palace section with the top suites, two extensions with guest rooms and the Conference Centre. The colors of the building replicate the diverse shades of the Arabian Desert. Interior scheme is made by KY&A. Emirates Palace hires about 2000 staff members from at least 50 nationalities. Room expenses start with 327$ per night but a 165 sqm room with panoramic oceanic sight may rate 1797$ per night.