The hotel will have 391 rooms, suites and villas, eight restaurants and bars, 3,000sqm Cinq Mondes Spa, state-of-the-art wellness centre and yoga studio, 500m private white sand beach and 80-seat private cinema.
Emerald Palace Kempinski Dubai’s design aims to evoke the great European palaces of the past. It will have a grand atrium flanked by marble columns and crystal chandeliers. Inspired by imperial celebrations of the 18th century, the ballroom – with walls edged in hand-painted gold leaf – comes complete with a foyer, outdoor terrace and dual views across the Arabian Gulf and Palm Lagoon.
Offering fifteen room categories in total, the hotel offers 391 rooms, suites and villas. For those looking for total privacy, eight four-bedroom beachside villas come with a secluded private pool, Jacuzzi, spa and hammam.
Eight restaurants and bars at the Emerald Palace Kempinski Dubai will be miX by Alain Ducasse, the first UAE restaurant by three Michelin-starred chef. China Grill Management will bring New York’s chic Italian restaurant concept All’onda to Dubai, while the EPJ’s Villamoré will serve Mediterranean cuisine with heavy influence from Levant. Other restaurants at the hotel are: contemporary pan-Asian steakhouse Matagi, a chic night lounge Skorpeus, as well as a European all-day dining restaurant – Le Jardin, lobby lounge, Blüthner Hall, serving high tea, Sablanc pool & beach bar and private dining.
Parisian wellness company Cinq Mondes have created the 3,000sqm Emerald Palace Kempinski Dubai spa which has 24 treatment rooms, indoor pool and two private spa suites.
Source: Sarakshi Rai