The Emirates Palace Hotel in Abu Dhabi is the largest example of luxury in the city. The price for staying at this hotel is about € 400 the most economical room. Its construction began in 2001 and ended in 2005 and is considered to be one of the most expensive hotels ever built with an amount of 3,000 million dollars.
The impressive exterior that blends Arabic style with the latest technology makes the golden and sandy color contrast with green gardens, transparent fountains and blue sky during the day. At night the lighting changes giving the hotel an effect of luxury and grandeur.
The building extends from wing to wing more than a kilometer and its gardens and other facilities occupy 100 hectares. The hotel has 114 domes, 1,002 lamps and two hand-made wall mats weighing 1 ton each.
It has 394 rooms including 94 suites of the most impressive luxury, decorated in marble and gold. In the penthouse there are 6 more luxurious suites, reserved for important personalities such as the royal family.
The hotel facilities include two swimming pools, a marina, a luxury spa, a private beach of 1.3 km, gymnasiums and world-class restaurants in which highlights its star dish, the "Emirates Palace Camel Burger" 24 carat gold, a burger of camel meat with gold sprinkled on top.
Access to the interior of the hotel is free after passing through a security check at the entrance located on the street where they ask nicely where we are going and with indicating that you want to visit the hotel and photographing it is enough.