Emirates Palace named as world’s leading conference hotel

It is the hotel's third consecutive year to be given the title

There is more than 23,000 square feet of space dedicated to meetings and conferences at the hotel
There is more than 23,000 square feet of space dedicated to meetings and conferences at the hotel

Abu Dhabi’s five-star hotel, Emirates Palace has been awarded the ‘World’s Leading Conference Hotel 2019’ title at the World Travel Awards.

Hosted on November 28 in Muscat, the hotel also won the awards for ‘Middle East’s Leading Luxury Hotel 2019’ and the ‘Middle East’s Leading MICE Hotel 2019’.

With the win, it is the third consecutive year the hotel has been recognised as the world’s leading conference hotel. In previous years it has also been named as Abu Dhabi’s leading conference hotel.

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There is more than 23,000 square feet of space dedicated to meetings and conferences at the hotel, having hosted events such as the Abu Dhabi Film Festival in the past.

The hotel’s general manager, Martin Cramer said upon receiving the awards: “The World Travel Awards celebrate excellence across all sectors of the travel industry and bring international acclaim to their winners. We are exceptionally pleased to have walked away with coveted award for the third year in a row.”

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