Incredibly opulent and managed by Kempinski, this magnificent hotel offers the ultimate in luxury.
This grandiose palace evokes a sense of space, style and sophistication throughout. As you make your way along the sweeping driveway, the dancing water fountains in the distance will guide you to a marble-domed lobby adorned with indoor palm trees, Rolex clock faces and doors with Swarovski crystal-encrusted handles.
While there are plenty of child-friendly facilities, the expansive grounds are ideal for couples, offering all the seclusion and privacy you could possibly desire. If you’re after a little bit of relaxation and rejuvenation, the award-winning Emirates Palace Spa is the place to be.
There’s a real passion for cuisine here, with a choice of 14 restaurants serving everything from al fresco barbecue and contemporary Chinese to Lebanese fare. Dining at Mezlai is highly recommended as it’s the UAE’s first Emirati restaurant, hosting its very own authentic spice market.
Simple but elegant, the Coral Rooms have all the superior facilities you would expect from a luxury hotel, with pretty views over the gardens and out across the Abu Dhabi skyline. Pearl Rooms offer partial Gulf views while Diamond Rooms provide uninterrupted views over the Arabian Gulf. The Khaleej Suites are truly indulgent with extensive living space and superior facilities.
On a large private stretch of the Corniche
Good to know
Minimum stays apply. No departures 31 Dec and 01 Jan. An AED 15.00 municipality room fee per night is payable locally in all Abu Dhabi hotels. This hotel is closed 19-23 Feb.
• Enjoy the various watersports that are on offer from the resort’s private beach • Spend the day at the waterpark.
14 restaurants, cafés and lounges
Breakfast at Le Vendôme Brasserie, unless otherwise advised.
Meal upgrade options (per person per night)
Half Board from £66 • Buffet breakfast and dinner at Le Vendôme Brasserie or a table d’hote dinner menu at Sayad, Mezzaluna or Mezlai.