Emerald Palace Kempinski Dubai, five-star hotel inspired by European palaces of 18th century, has opened its doors to Dubai’s guests. The Palace by Kempinski Hotels is situated on the west part of man-made island Palm Jumeirah.
Emerald Palace Kempinski Dubai offers 391 luxurious suites, villas and rooms with sizes starting at 65 square metres.
The Presidential, Royal and Mezzanine suites showcase stately splendour at its finest with floor to ceiling windows, sublime high ceilings, freestanding bathtubs and separate lounge areas.
For a truly luxurious residential experience, the collection of ten stand-alone four-bedroom Royal and five-bedroom Imperial villas are uniquely positioned flanking the gardens and adjacent shoreline and feature their own rooftop pool, Jacuzzi, spa room and the dedicated butler service to cater to guests’ every need.
During the stay guests are welcome to 3,000 square metres wellness centre Cinq Mondes spa, complete with 23 treatment rooms, two private spa suites and indoor pool.
Emerald Palace Kempinski Dubai provides 500 metres white-sand beach and private cinema.
Guests can also enjoy eight restaurants and bars, including miX by Alain Ducasse, three Michelin-starred chef.
Emerald Palace Kempinski Dubai offers a choice of event venues, including the “Grand Salon Maximilian” ballroom for weddings and other occasions with 300-person banquet capacity.
Henk Meyknecht, Chief Operating Officer, Middle East & Africa at Kempinski Hotels commented the opening of new property in the United Arab Emirates: “We remain committed to the vision of Dubai as one of the most innovative tourism destinations in the Middle East."
Kempinski Hotels is Europe’s oldest luxury hotel group, created in 1897. Kempinski now manages a portfolio of 76 five-star hotels in 34 countries.
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