emirates tower, Dubai

Majestically sitting on the Sheikh Zayed Road in the heart of the city’s commercial business district, the Emirates Towers has now literally become an iconic symbol of Dubai, with its ritzy, stunning structure that is a mix of steel and glass. Read on to know what really spice up this distinctive building.


Facts & Things to Know about Emirates Towers

  • A True Architectural Splendor

Emirates Tower is a marvelous, multifaceted structure that is perhaps one of its kind in the whole world. Designed by the architect Hazel Wong, this unique edifice is actually a twin tower consisting of two equilateral triangular buildings, such as a 355-meter high office tower and a 309-meter high hotel tower, which in turn are linked by a central podium, namely, The Boulevard. While its Office Building with 54 floors is the Middle East’s tallest building, the Hotel Tower comprising 56 floors is the third-largest hotel building in the world. Despite its purpose that is mainly intended to serve the corporate environment, this building complex’s design and architecture largely reflect the beautiful Islamic themes.

  • Accommodation

Whether you’re here on a holiday or for business purposes, Emirates Towers puts at your disposal 400 tastefully decorated, European style room categorized into Deluxe Room, Club Premier Room, Club Suite, Presidential Suite, and Royal Suite. Depending on the type of accommodation, the room amenities cover high-speed internet access, breakfast and snacks, coffee/tea making facilities, minibar and limousine transfers to and from Dubai International Airport.

  • Dining Choices

Laced throughout the complex is a spectrum of award-winning dining choices, and few to name are The RIB Room that serves delicious streak dishes along with signature rib specialties, Vu’s Restaurant where you can sample sumptuous European cuisines in a chic setting, Nafoorah whose specialty is authentic Lebanese dishes, ET Sushi – a place to sample a range of freshly cooked Sushi delicacies, Mosaico – a favorite among Italian food lovers, and The Noodle House with its mouthwatering Asian menu.

  • Facilities

Sprawling over an area more than 40 acres, this upscale complex offers the best in class facilities to meet or exceed your expectations. From lush gardens, enchanting lakes, sparkling waterfalls, and public seating areas to health clubs, pampering spa facilities, night clubs, lounge, swimming pools, golf and parking lot to accommodate more than 1,500 cars, the list of facilities and services here are almost endless. One of the set-apart aspects of this tower is the Deluxe Chopard Floor that is completely set to cater to the comfort and privacy of women visitors. Apart from these, it provides superb options to hold weddings, corporate and social events, boasting of such stylish venues as Godolphin Ballroom, Congress Rooms, Level 8 Private Tower, and The Biz Pod – all of them replete with most modern event management features. Equally astounding is its outdoor venues that can cater to events of varying scales and complexities.

  • The Boulevard

Often dubbed as a haven for luxury lovers, the Boulevard is a high-end retail space, which also connects the two towers. Spread over two levels and occupying an area of more than 13,000 square meters, its key highlight is expansive pathways and sky-lit quads housing a wide spectrum of elegant boutiques and fashion outlets representing some of the most luxurious brands such as Armani and Gucci, in addition to a number of bistros, coffee shops, and restaurants serving international cuisines.

Rezmin is passionate about traveling and curating content about history, traditions and other intriguing aspects that make a place attractive. In her spare time, she enjoys reading fictional books sprinkled with inspiration, humor and enthusiasm.

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