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You can now take a tour of Emirates Palace
We’ve found a way to say “I was there” at Emirates Palace Suites without breaking our bank.
Emirates Palace organises Palace Tours to enjoy a guided tour of the signature spaces and learn how the Palace is a gift to the world and true symbol of Arabian Hospitality.
The visit lasts for an hour and includes a visit to the main dome, a three-bedroom Palace suite (upon availability), the glittering Etihad Ballroom or auditorium (upon availability), and the Palace terrace.
Every guest will be treated to a signature Palace indulgence (either the Palace Cappuccino, a slice of the Palace Cake, or the Palace Hot chocolate) to end the tour on a sweet note.
To attend these visits, it’s mandatory to book ahead online. Available dates and timings are mentioned online (see below). The website mentions it is a booking request only, that will be reviewed by Emirates Palace’s staff before being accepted or declined. Visitors are then notified via email when the booking is accepted or declined.
This visit will cost you 150 AED per person (max group of 15 people). For full information, click here.
It’s worth noting that no shorts and slippers are allowed.
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Called Emirates Palace Hotel to book a tour and was told that they no longer do these tours and don’t know if or when they will start them again.
Interesting..thank you so much for letting us know. It was such a great tour.
It is hard to believe they stopped it just now as they loved the article ! We will investigate..
We just spoke to one of the managers at Emirates Palace and the tour is still on except when they have a high occupancy rate (which means that the suites are booked).
…And it can be hardly called a museum: charging aed100 just to look at hotel bedrooms…??? You’ve got to be kidding me