Standing among the world’s most expensive hotel, the Emerald Palace Kempinski, very much like its owner, Armenian businessman Nver M. Mkhitaryan, gives strong importance to precision.
It’s been told that the Mr. Mkhitaryan, being meticulous to details went 200 meters below ground to hand-pick marble in Portugal. Despite of the pressing situation in the city’s hotel rates, he expressed confidence that Dubai’s future is going to be incredible as it has solid fundamentals and the emirate’s stability and safety will continue to attract to travelers and residents.
As per Mkhitaryan, who considers Dubai as a haven, the city would continually fascinate the ultra-wealthy across the globe. He adds that if we look throughout the world, there are not enough peaceful and safe harbors that pleases tourists from cooler climates.
Seychelles, Dubai and Maldives are some of the few international travel spots that appeals to wide demographic of luxury travelers. Considering that Dubai is in the same time zone as with Europe, its distinction on winter populations and tourists simply strengthen its status as a luxury destination.
Hotel Industry’s Latest Jewel
Set within 100,000 square meters, the palace stands on the western crescent of Palm Jumeirah, the largest manmade island and archipelago in the world.
The Emerald Palace Kempinski has every features one would anticipate from a hotel targeting the top 1 percent of the world. It boasts panoramic ocean views and sights of the glimmering skyline. The hotel sits on the edge of Dubai, similar to a lot of royal palaces of the past, to offer a space of tranquility and seclusion, within a short drive of the city’s vibrant attractions.
The impressive masterpiece pays tribute to the palaces of 18th century Europe. Pink Portuguese marble, sizable lawns, lavish chandeliers, and beaches made up of imported sand from the Maldives are all showcased at the 391-room property. The massive hotel also highlights imported most of its furnishings from specialist European manufacturers, Blüthner grand pianos from Germany, Murano glass from Venice, as well as handmade carpets from France.
Dubai is a city synonymous to global brands. Recently, French Michellin-starred chef Alain Ducasse launched miX, an added attraction to the Palm’s refined dining options.
Ultimate Relaxation Spot
Emerald Palace Kempinski opens Cinq Mondes Spa. Adding to the luxury vibe of Palm Jumeirah, the 3,000 sqm spa features 23 treatment rooms which includes Dubai’s largest indoor swimming pool.
With discreet service, hotel guests can revel in an ultimate pampering experience, artfully curated experiences catering to the privileged few. Be prepared to engage in modern spa treatments as well as grooming utilizing Cinq Mondes, a Parisian spa brand that offers organic and natural products.
Next to the spa is an innovative wellness center that provides technogym equipment as well as an available personal training.
The hotel’s beach front offers sweeping, unobstructed ocean views and beautiful white stretch of sand paired with unrivalled neoclassical splendor. Many visitors can engage in a variety of water sports and leisure activities such as paddle board kayaking.
Other interesting areas are the outdoor pool and kiddie pool, a golf range, children clubs, private cinema and more.
Following its opening in the latter part of 2018 on the Palm, Emerald Palace Kempinski Dubai accepted the Editor’s Choice Award recognition for the most anticipated hotel opening.
The hundred thousand square meter beach resort, set at the Palm’s Western Crescent, has 389 rooms and suites, cutting-edge gym, and a 500 meter private beach. The hotel also has a number of exciting new restaurants such as miX by Alain Ducasse, all’onda, and Villamoré – which was Highly Commended Best Casual Newcomer category at the 2019 Restaurant Awards in Time Out Dubai.
Recognized during the ‘Annual Readers’ Choice Awards’ by Condé Nast Traveler Middle East held at JW Marriott Marquis Dubai on 27th of February, Emerald Palace Kempinski Dubai was named “The Most Anticipated Hotel Opening.”
When asked for a statement regarding the recognition, Group CEO of Emerald Palace Group, Mohammad Wajdi Kamran, stated that the respected accolade, which honors the best of the best in the industry of travel, confirmed their commitment to set an unparalleled benchmark in luxury hospitality and to keep on giving their guests the finest possible experience.
Adding to the statement, managing director of Emerald Palace Kempinski Dubai, Sébastien Mariette, expressed that the award is a strong indication of the dedication and passion of the whole team at Emerald Palace Kempinski Dubai.
The annual event also presented destination awards ranging from the best places for culinary adventures to cultural sights and road trips, whereas hotels cover family holidays, romantic getaways, and spa retreats – both in the Middle East and beyond.
Dubai Modest Fashion Week
Emerald Palace Kempinski hosted a glamorous night of fashion last March 7-9, 2019 in the city of Dubai.
International designers representing close to a dozen nations come together at Dubai Modest Fashion Week for the second time in UAE to present their latest modest-wear collections.
The event which lasted for 3 days was attended by fashion enthusiasts, stylists, fashion bloggers and personalities. Together with Adgeco Chairman and Founder, Mohamed Dekkak, who were present during the opening day, guests were treated to a dazzling parade show by designers including the UAE’s Sheikha Hend Faisal Al Qassemi.
Also present at the event are students studying at College of Fashion Design. United States’ Niswa Fashion, Turkish vintage-style brand Sempre’s Cruella de Ville, Kuwait’s Anotah, Canadian label Mayada as well as designers from Russia and Azerbaijan. Giving life to the stage is a parade of sweeping gowns from Mariyan Suleymanov of Russia.
Experts forecast that by 2020, the modest fashion movement will rake in 250 billion dollars in sales
Emerald Palace Kempinski Hotel, Palm Jumeirah, is currently in the running for the title of Middle East’s Leading New Hotel at the World Travel Awards. UAE based businessman Mohamed Dekkak expressed his enthusiasm, “The hotel was constructed to the highest possible standards of luxury and technology. It gives life to one’s Arabian fantasy, which for me is the very definition of majestic luxury.”