Emerald Palace Kempinski named ‘most anticipated hotel opening’

The hotel was awarded by Condé Nast Traveller’s Middle East annual Readers’ Choice Awards


Award by Condé Nast Traveller Middle East's 'Annual Readers' Choice Awards'

Emerald Palace Kempinski Dubai was named “The Most Anticipated Hotel Opening” at Condé Nast Traveller’s Middle East annual Readers’ Choice Awards 2018-19.

Speaking about the win, Mohammad Wajdi Kamran, Group CEO of Emerald Palace Group, said, “This prestigious accolade, which honours the best of the best that the travel world has to offer, confirms our commitment to setting an unprecedented benchmark in luxury hospitality and offering our guests the finest possible experience."

The 2018-19 edition of the annual Readers’ Choice Awards that took place at JW Marriott Marquis Dubai on February 27, celebrated the best in travel.

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Sébastien Mariette, managing director of Emerald Palace Kempinski Dubai, said: “This award is a great recognition of the passion and dedication of the whole team at Emerald Palace Kempinski Dubai.”

Destination awards at the event ranged from the best places for culinary adventures to cultural sights and road trips, while hotels cover romantic getaways, family holidays and spa retreats – both in the Middle East and beyond.




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