The Emirates Palace Hotel Abu Dhabi Is Now Rebranded & Revamped Into Mandarin Oriental Brand

by Deeplata Garde
The Emirates Palace Hotel Abu Dhabi Is Now Rebranded & Revamped Into Mandarin Oriental Brand

We are witnessing major changes in the Hotel industry since the beginning of this new year. Many restaurants are changing their locations. Multiple high-end brands are introducing their hotels in the booming country of UAE. This recent announcement is similar news. Mandarin Oriental Brand of Hotels has taken Abu Dhabi’s Emirates Palace under its umbrella. *Drumrolls* Introducing the rebranding of this affluent hotel, Emirates Palace Mandarin Oriental.

Abu Dhabi’s Emirates Palace Undergoes Rebranding & Renovation

Following the restoration of the hotel’s rooms and public areas, Abu Dhabi’s Emirates Palace Hotel has officially changed its name. It’s officially a part of the Mandarin Oriental portfolio. As of late, the seaside facility has undergone incremental renovations ahead of the luxury hotel group’s initial announcement that it will replace Kempinski as the hotel’s manager in 2019.

The Emirates Palace Mandarin Oriental, which is situated on a spotless private beach, is the height of luxury in Abu Dhabi. Experience the best of Arabian hospitality here. Emirates Palace offers visitors the ideal location to discover the beauty and allure of the capital city. Have an immersive trip with Abu Dhabi’s top attractions nearby, including fantastic shopping locales and remarkable cultural and historic sites.

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What’s New Post Renovation?

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The recently remodelled rooms of the Emirates Palace Mandarin Oriental includes newly designed signature suites. The total number of keys for the hotel is 390. The recent addition is the region’s very first vegan rooms. Confused? We were as well! Basically, the room features “compassionate design, sustainable bedding, plant-based in-room dining options, and cruelty-free bath amenities.” Phew!

Twelve dining options are available at the hotel, including the Michelin-starred Talea by Antonio Guida and Episodes, which is characterised as a tea apothecary, a deli, a cake shop, and a gelateria.

The new 1,500 sqm spa now offers premium Acqua di Parma Barbiere services and retail products. This comes in addition to skincare items by Tata Harper and Oto. Other amenities include two swimming pools, hotel gardens, and a private marina.

That’s a lot of changes to happen in such a brief span of time. Are you excited to experience the rebranded luxury this hotel is set to provide?

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