THREE STAR HOTELS ROME. GOVERNMENT RATES ON HOTELS
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Abu Dhabi 26 -The Emirates Palace
The Emirates Palace (Arabic: ??? ????????) is a luxury hotel located in the United Arab Emirates (UAE) city of Abu Dhabi. The hotel was built by and is owned by the Abu Dhabi government, and is currently managed by the Kempinski Group.
With a construction cost of over US$3 billion, 302 rooms and 92 suites, the Emirates Palace is reputed to be the most expensive hotel ever built. Much of the interior decor is in gold and marble. The main central area houses an expansive marble floor, balconies and a large patterned dome above, picked out in gold.
The seven star
hotel shows the beauty of Arabian culture. Traditional decor is used inside mostly in silver, gold, marble and glass mosaics. The chandeliers are made of Swarovski crystal. There are 114 domes (including the Grand Atrium which is higher than the dome of St.Peter's Basilica in Rome), 200 fountains, the luxurious and technologically advanced Conference Centre. The Gulf Arab royalty has a reserved separate floor. The hotel is also the official guest place of Abu Dhabi's government with 22 three
-bedroom suites capable of hosting for each heads of state and their entourages.
The construction began in December 2001. Architects were Wimberly Allison Tong and Goo (WATG), who are among the leading hospitality designers worldwide. Unique structure comprises a Palace section with the top suites, two wigs with guest rooms and the Conference Centre. The colours of the building reflect the different shades of
the Arabian Desert. Interior design is made by KY&A. Emirates Palace employs around 2000 staff members from at least 50 nationalities.
Rom II Februar 2006
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