Sunday, May 21, 2006

Emirates Palace



Visiting Emirates Palace is such a breathtaking experience. Before I move to Dubai, 3 months ago, I used to walk on Abu Dhabi Corniche and enjoy its night view. I also visited it once and would like to introduce you to this State-of-the-Art place.

When you enter the hotel (actually it's more than a hotel), you will be amazed by the magnificent atrium (be careful not to have a pain in your neck if you look at the top for a long time). Well-dressed waiters and waitresses will avail themselves to welcome you and serve as a guide.

Visitors are allowed to have a look to the rooms or suites after having the Administration approval. You will then be guided by a staff. Personally, I would be satisfied if I can only use the amazing bathroom and stay there for a while, believe me, some people would sell their houses and live in this bathroom.

Aside from the magnificence and immensity of all rooms, suites and restaurants, the luxurious furniture and finishing provide you a relaxing environment, needless mention the technology touch that has been added to most features and facilities.

If you can't afford spending a night there, you can still visit some restaurants here, here or enjoy sitting in the Blue Salon.

P.S.: To avoid confusion, I didn't say that I spent a night there, it was just a short visit, since the prices are extremely high. A cup of tea in Majlis Cafe would cost you the equivalent of 30 USD.

You can share this dream with me. To know more, visit the official website.

7 Comments:

Blogger lynn said...

Bonjour,

Merci pour cette magnifique balade. Les photos sont très belles. Une sorte d'alliance de moderne er de traditionnel des fois dans l'architecture....
J'ai regardé un documentaire, sorte de publicité sur ce pays. Je dois avouer faut que c'est impressionnant.
Il paraît même qu'en plein désert aussi on trouve une station de ski...

Excellente journée
Lynn

10:19 AM  
Blogger lynn said...

Oups...Je dois avouer que c'est impressionnant

Lynn

10:35 AM  
Blogger Eve said...

أيوة يا عم، قصر وفخامة وأبّهة! شو هيدي؟ شمّ ولا تدوق؟ :p

2:11 PM  
Blogger The Sixth Sense said...

Lynn,
Merci d'être là de nouveau et joyeux retour sur ton blog.

Eve,
الحلم ببلاش :)

11:15 PM  
Anonymous bibi said...

ya bibi ya raye2 w i dream of spending few nights there too but only if im with you.

1:35 AM  
Blogger The Sixth Sense said...

Now we r talking :)
ya bibi ya 7ayete, finally the technician managed 2 have ur PC fixed so u come online 2 comment.

Welcome to the blogosphere! Don't worry, I will take u there when u come, that's a promise, but be sure that wherever we'll be, u & me, once 2gether, we'll have our own palace, it will be the most comfortable refuge on earth.

Good night!

1:55 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

where did you get that picture from? its too good to be true

2:30 AM  

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