Another much-anticipated new hotel is set to open its doors in Dubai this week, just in time for National Day weekend.
Emerald Palace Kempinski Dubai will make its debut on the West Crescent of the Palm Jumeirah on Thursday, November 29.
The opening follows that of Caesar’s Palace Bluewaters Dubai, which welcomed its first guests earlier this month.
The 391-room Kempinski property offers a 24-hour butler service and views of the Arabian Gulf and the Jumeirah Lagoon. Room categories range from grand deluxe to imperial villas, and there’s also a Presidential and Royal suite on site.
The 100,000-square-metre palatial hotel boasts a nine-hole putting green, an 80-seat private cinema, indoor and outdoor pools and an expansive Cinq Mondes spa that is home to 23 treatment rooms, a vitality pool and four deep soaking Japanese bathtubs.
For the foodies, the Kempinski Emerald Palace has eight restaurants and bars, including miX by Frenchman Alain Ducasse, which is the first UAE restaurant by the famous three-star Michelin chef and spread over three floors.
According to the team the standout dining option is the chef’s table concept where the privileged are invited by way of a private elevator.
Opening rates start from Dh2,300 per night, including taxes. For more go to www.kempinski.com
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