Emirates Palace Hotel has officially rebranded as Emirates Palace Mandarin Oriental, Abu Dhabi, signalling a new golden era as part of the Mandarin Oriental Hotel Group portfolio. This exciting chapter will celebrate and build upon the hotel’s distinctive legacy while introducing unparalleled experiences for guests, further cementing its position as world’s most iconic beachfront resort.
Emirates Palace has signed a new agreement with Manchester City FC, establishing the property as the official luxury hotel partner of the Premier League club.
Seasoned hotelier Michael Koth has been appointed as general manager of Emirates Palace in Abu Dhabi, capital of the United Arab Emirates. Here he tells Breaking Travel News about his plans for the coming year
Emirates Palace has confirmed the appointment of Tom Kooij as the new director of food and beverage at the property. With over 12 years of experience on the culinary scene, he brings a wealth of knowledge and experience to spearhead the department.
Michael Koth has been appointed as general manager of the iconic Emirates Palace, Abu Dhabi. He will also take up the position of area vice president of operations for Mandarin Oriental.
Mandarin Oriental Hotel Group has signed a management agreement at the iconic Emirates Palace in Abu Dhabi. Here Breaking Travel News editor, Chris O’Toole, speaks to Christoph Mares, chief operating officer with the company, about the deal and what it means to the brand
Mandarin Oriental has signed a management contract to manage, and ultimately brand, the iconic Emirates Palace in Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates. The group will take over management of the property from January 1st.
There are numerous luxurious Ramadan tents in Abu Dhabi from which to choose, all offering traditional delicacies and extravagant décor. However, for those guests looking for a superlative iftar experience, there is only one choice, and that is Emirates Palace’s Ramadan tent by the sea.
With communities across the Middle East preparing for the start of the holy month of Ramadan from next week, the hospitality sector has been doing its part to celebrate. A number of luxury properties in the United Arab Emirates have been unveiling plans for the sumptuous Iftar buffets, allowing guests to break the fast in style
Emirates Palace general manager, Martin Cramer, tells Breaking Travel News about the one-of-a-kind hotel and what it brings to the hospitality industry in Abu Dhabi. Looking ahead, he also tells us about his plans for the upcoming year.
Emirates Palace’s custom-built Ramadan pavilion features a new design and continues to offer an exclusive Iftar and Suhoor in Abu Dhabi.