Emirates Palace to benefit from culinary tourism

Culinary tourism is on the rise globally and is becoming an equally essential element in securing guest bookings as leisure and spa facilities. As a premium dining destination, Emirates Palace is in a class of its own, boasting thirteen specialized restaurants and entertainment venues which feature the finest examples of gourmet cuisine. Known for its magnificent architecture and palatial suites, Emirates Palace regales guests from around the world with its unique hospitality experience.  Since Emirates Palace opened in 2005, the various restaurants of the iconic resort have quietly built a reputation of excellence amongst the local community and international guests, impressed with the calibre of cuisine on offer. 

Hans Olbertz, General Manager of Emirates Palace said: “Kempinski has been in the hospitality business for over 111 years and during this time have fine-tuned dining expertise, recognising the absolute importance of a strong F&B collection. Nowhere is this so relevant as Emirates Palace, as we welcome such a wide cross section of high profile guests and visitors from across the globe, it is essential that we therefore provide the best cuisine the world has to offer.”

“Beyond the lavish surroundings and facilities, guests discover that the hotel is every inch a gourmands paradise, a culinary revelation of the highest order.  We are looking into the possibility of launching new venues within the next year, adding yet more depth and range to our elite collection of restaurants,” ended Hans Olbertz.