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Emirates Palace
Emirates Palace

Emirates Palace

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6,455 Reviews
Al Ras Al Akhdar , Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates

The Basics

Overlooking its 0.8-mile (1.3-kilometer) private beach, Emirates Palace is a modern Arabian showstopper, with soaring arches, domes, and windows fronted by fountains and a gigantic staircase. The hotel measures just over a half-mile (1 kilometer) from wing to wing, and features vast halls; gold, crystal, and marble décor; Swarovski chandeliers; and 394 rooms and 92 suites.

Visitors not ready to splurge on a stay can experience the hotel in other ways: eating at an on-site hotel restaurant or booking a spa treatment. Many Abu Dhabi city tours include an exterior photo op or time to explore the hotel's public areas, while others include lunch at one of the restaurants.

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Abu Dhabi Tour: Sheik Zayed Mosque, Emirates Palace, Marina Mall
Abu Dhabi Tour: Sheik Zayed Mosque, Emirates Palace, Marina Mall
$47.00 per adult
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Amazing Amazing Amazing tour...
Amazing Amazing Amazing tour!!!!!!! The tour guide is very knowledgeable about the city and the Mosque is ABSOLUTELY beautiful. This tour is money well spent. Abu Dhabi is a very nice place and if you come to Dubai do yourself a favor and take this tour. You will not be disappointed. I would definitely take this tour again.
Mack, Oct 2017

Recent reviews from experiences in Abu Dhabi

star-5
Something worth Experiencing
glenngerryhill, Feb 2020
Abu Dhabi Sheikh Zayed Grand Mosque with Coffee at Emirates Palace from Dubai
A well organised tour, easy pickup, good local knowledge while travelling to and from. The Sheikh Zayed Grand Mosque is a wonder. On the other end of the scale is the Coffee at Emirates Palace. Overall a day well worth it, in appreciating the country.
star-5
Hussein
Samantha_S, Feb 2020
Abu Dhabi Sheikh Zayed Grand Mosque with Coffee at Emirates Palace from Dubai
Hussein was an amazing host. He is very knowledgeable about the UAE and extremely personable. We enjoyed our time with him.
star-4
Be sure to visit the Emirates Place Hotel in Abu Dhabi
ajaneward, Feb 2020
Le Café at iconic Emirates Palace Abu Dhabi
Beautiful hotel to visit. The Golden Cappuccino at Le Cafe was lovely, however we did not find the staff overly friendly. We did not realize you can visit the Palace Hotel without reserving the Golden Cappuccino. We also thought we would be allowed to visit the gardens if we reserved coffee, but this was not the cae.
star-5
Mr. Khan
elyshaortiz131, Feb 2020
Abu Dhabi Tour from Dubai With Gold Coffee At Emirates Palace
Mr. Khan was very informative and patient. It was a fun-filled day with multiple stops. I do believe the tour should be updated in general. There were some stops that just made no sense so we chose to skip. Overall, it was a great experience.
star-5
Beautiful Palace
soniarussell, Jan 2020
Abu Dhabi Sheikh Zayed Grand Mosque with Coffee at Emirates Palace from Dubai
Amazing tour!!! Emirates Palace was beautiful! I wish we could have access the beach area but it is only for guests. The coffee and cheesecake was great, I felt like royalty. The Mosque was beautifully historic.

Things to Know Before You Go

  • Emirates Palace is a must for luxury travelers, sightseers, and culture vultures.

  • Experience the hotel on a photo op or brief visit on a wider city tour.

  • Most communal areas are open to visitors, so you can view the interior independently.

  • Dress code is smart-casual: Expect to be refused entry if wearing shorts, flip-flops, or open sandals.

  • The hotel and grounds are wheelchair accessible.

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How to Get There

There are several ways to reach Emirates Palace. Visitors can view the hotel on a guided Abu Dhabi tour, or catch a cab or self-drive to the entrance on the city’s West Corniche Road. Alternatively, several public buses run by the hotel—look for those heading to Al Marina and ask to hop off just before for a short walk to the gate.

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When to Get There

Nonresidents can view the hotel’s communal areas free, any time. That said, it’s best to avoid weekends—Fridays and Saturdays—or during any big event, as the hotel may refuse entry if it’s busy. To ensure admission, you may want to reserve a table at a restaurant or the café.

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Top Tips for Visiting Emirates Palace

To experience the opulence of Emirates Palace’s without staying there, pop in to enjoy its signature Palace Cappuccino, sprinkled with 24-carat gold flakes. Otherwise, up the luxury with an afternoon tea of scones, sandwiches, and dessert cakes with premium teas or coffees. Both are served at Le Café, and you’re advised to book ahead due to high demand.

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