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Emerald Palace Kempinski welcomes Ramadan showcase on Palm Jumeriah

Majlis Al Zomorud, at the stunning Emerald Palace Kempinski, is this Ramadan inviting guests to discover its luxurious and intimate environment – take a look above.

For those special moments this holy month, there is no better place to be on the Palm Jumeirah.

The sumptuous Iftar buffet features international and Middle Eastern favourites from the abundance of a truly royal selection, worthy of a palace.

Savour traditional Suhoor dishes from the à la carte menu and enjoy flavours of shisha while listening to the sounds of a live oud player.

Emerald Palace Kempinski

Set within 100,000 square metres of grounds, Emerald Palace Kempinski itself lies on the West Crescent of Palm Jumeirah, the world’s largest man-made island and archipelago.

Its privileged location boasts panoramic sea views and vistas of Dubai’s iconic skyline offering a tranquil and private escape, just a short drive away from the city’s vibrant attractions.

Inspired by the palaces of 18th century Europe, guests can expect discreet service, refined dining and artfully curated experiences catering to the privileged few, setting a new precedent in a city synonymous with pioneering hospitality.

“We are all very proud celebrating the opening of Emerald Palace Kempinski Dubai, as part of our growing portfolio of iconic and luxurious hotels in the Middle East & Africa region.

“This beach front, palatial resort property confirms our commitment to serving to the top segment of a growing luxury hospitality market.

“We remain committed to the vision of Dubai as one of the most innovative tourism destinations in the Middle East,” explained Henk Meyknecht, chief operating officer, Middle East and Africa, Kempinski Hotels.

Rising above the cobalt blue waters of the Arabian Gulf, and flanked by a 500-metre private white sand beach, the palace is a regal landmark offering 391 luxurious rooms, suites and villas.

Combining grandeur and opulence, the extraordinary permeates throughout Emerald Palace Kempinski Dubai.

Every aspect is designed to perfection from the 6,400 chandeliers that dazzle around every corner, hand-painted 24-carat gold leaf detailing with handcrafted motifs, classical friezes and a jewel-toned colour palate adding to the sublime ambience.

Inspired by the glorious European palaces of the past, this magnificent building has been meticulously conceived to stay faithful to neoclassical architecture and design with perfect proportion and symmetry evident throughout.

These characteristics are perfectly captured in the five striking Palladian domes that form the distinct silhouette of the property, and in the eight marble columns in the grand atrium, intricately pieced together using the finest pink Portuguese marble, Rosa Portogallo.

Guests keen to explore the property can take a tour with Virtual World here.

Margaret Paul, managing director, Emerald Palace Kempinski, celebrates at the World Travel Awards earlier this year

Emerald Palace Kempinski is considered the Middle East’s Leading New Hotel by voters at the World Travel Awards.

Find out more on the official website.