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ABU DHABI, UAE
The sheiks in Abu Dhabi witnessed the transformation of Dubai, its fellow United Arab Emirate, from a sleepy, sandy town into a tourist destination of mind-boggling proportions. Inspired by Dubai's spectacles of creativity and wealth-man-made islands modeled after the earth's continents, a property formed in the shape of a sail and marketed as the world's first seven-star hotel-the Abu Dhabians are mimicking the build-it-and-they-will-come strategy. Their answer to Dubai-s-where every new megastructure is more grand, more expensive, more everything than the last-is Emirates Palace.
The Palace, which opened in 2005 and is rumored to have cost upward of $3 billion to build, is more than half a mile long and 2.6 million square feet in size. The hotel contains 3.9 million cubic feet of marble, 64,500 square feet of gold leaf, 7,000 doors,. 1,002 Swarovski chandeliers, 140 elevators, and 128 kitchens. Its staff of 2,000 includes personal butlers and buggy drivers, who shuttle guests from their rooms to the Palace's eight restaurants, shopping arcade, private beach, waterpark, two pools, four tennis courts, and, new in 2007, Moroccan-themed spa. AI Majlis, a lounge the size of two football fields, is crowned by a gilded, domed ceiling larger than that of St. Paul's Cathedral in London.
In at least one respect, however, the Palace's" developers exercised restraint: This vast expanse houses only 302 guest rooms and 92 suites. It. 01- lows, then, that the hotel's accommodations are anything but ordinary. Gold leaf, marble, and -rich Arabian fabrics adorn the sprawling spaces, all -of which are outfitted with high-tech gadgetry including 50- and 61-inch plasma-screen TVs. Indeed, the rooms, and Emirates Palace at large, have eclipsed standards for hotels in Abu Dhabi. At least, that is, until the next one comes along. Emirates Palace, +971.2.6909000, www.emiratespalace.com
On the corniche in Abu Dhabi, the capital of the United Arab Emirates.
The hotel has 302 rooms and 92 suites. The 7,300- square-foot Palace Suites have private elevators, three bedrooms, three baths, and lavish dining areas.
FACILITIES Opened this year, the sevenroom Anantara spa includes a Moroccan hammam,
whirlpools, steam rooms, and an ice cave. The hotel also features four tennis courts, two swimming pools, two indoor fitness rooms, an outdoor fitness center, a private beach, a convention center, and a comprehensive range of meeting areas for as many as 1,200 participants.
Seafood at Sayad, Italian at Mezzaluna, Middle Eastern at Diwan L'Auberqe, Persian
at Anar, and a little bit of everything at Le vendorne Brasserie buffet. For the best
ambience, try drinks and caviar at AI Majlis, cigars and Cognac at the HavanaClub, dining outdoors at Cascades
and Las Brisas, or a meal
at the Palace Ceremony, a private restaurant available to one party at a time.
Visit Liwa Oasis in the Rub' al-Khali desert and take a sunset camel ride surrounded by freshwater pools, date
plantations, and sand dunes.
From $735 to $11,430.