Feeling particularly indulgent? Consider splurging $11,500 per night for a luxury suite at Abu Dhabi’s iconic, 7-star Emirates Palace Hotel. At a cost of $3 billion, the Emirates Palace is irrefutably the most expensive hotel ever constructed.
This Arabian Shangri-la sits on 1.3 kilometers of albescent sand to offer picturesque, seafront views along with a multitude of VIP amenities. From dining delicacies to sporting activities, the superlative resort provides a bevy of recreational pastimes to satisfy any guest.
Premiering in November 2005, the Emirates Palace Hotel is equipped with 394 lavish rooms and suites; 40 meeting and conference halls to host a variety of cocktail receptions, concerts and banquets; a 2400-capacity range ballroom; 2 swimming pool facilities; 4 tennis courts and famed Anantara Spa treatments.
The resort is situated just five minutes from the Marina shopping complex, and in close quarters to various tourist attractions. Visit Abu Dhabi’s National Exhibition Centre, or dabble in kayaking for some adrenaline-fueled fun.
The Emirates Palace Hotel is the pinnacle of elite suites. With 24-hour personal butler services and sumptuous caviar bars, this opulent haven guarantees the royal treatment as soon as you step out of the plane…and check into nirvana.