With 24-carat gold ceilings, 6,400 glittering chandeliers and 500 meters private beach, this hotel is everything but not subtle …
Dubai is not a city that will gladly accept something that is not extravagant. Luxurious aesthetics are something that the hotels of this desert oasis have proudly accepted, and now incorporate everything from real gold and precious stones to the apartments in the style of the aquarium.
And while the recently opened hotels, like Bulgari Resort, played with decadence, the most recent estate occupying the shores of this peninsula certainly can not be classified in that group. Suitably named, Emerald Palace Kempinski Dubai definitely paves the way of glamor, the enormous proportions and luxury this city nourishes.
This estate, which opened the door for its well positioned guests at the end of last month, is located at West Crescent Palm Jumeirah, so it looks at the turquoise waters of the bay on one side, or the city lights on the other. Inspired by the 18th-century European palaces, this hotel has a neoclassical exterior, which has got its extreme version in the interior.
Within the hotel, guests initially welcome a massive chandelier made of 40,000 Swarovski crystals, which is in association with pink pillars made from the finest Portuguese marble. The hotel has 391 guest rooms in its offer, which come with accents of 24 carat gold. Although each of the rooms is very luxurious in its own way, featuring decorative damask wallpapers, headrest of silver or golden silk on beds, ten independent villas are definitely the most luxurious type of accommodation offered. Designed around the Versailles-style garden, each of these four-bedroom suites has a luxurious decor as well as the rest of the property, while it comes with private roofing pools and spa rooms, as well as a butler ready to bring you a fresh caviar whenever you want that.
The splendid atmosphere is noticeable throughout the hotel – from a private 500-meter-long beach to a spa center featuring twenty-three treatment rooms, two spa suites and the largest indoor pool of this city.
In addition, there are as many as eight restaurants, including Alain Ducasse’s first restaurant in the United Arab Emirates and a tea room complete with the Blünther Supréme Edition Louis XIV grand pianos – we can only say that we will not disappoint you if you spend your vacation inside the hotel.