One of the base structures in Emirates palace looking up, it is golden painted with amazing lighting pattern, The Emirates Palace is a luxury hotel in Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates. Built as a landmark showcasing Arabian culture, Emirates Palace has created a niche in luxury hospitality. Situated on 1.3 km of private beach and surrounded by 85 hectares of gardens and lawns, with 114 domes that are 80 meters high, Emirates Palace comprises 394 rooms and suites carefully designed and furnished to offer guests superior comfort and luxury. Based on its luxury, it describes itself as going “beyond 5 stars” being a palace instead of just a hotel. Although a journalist has described it as a seven star facility, it falls officially in the 5 star hotel category. Emirates Palace was operated by the luxury hotel group Kempinski Hotels & Resorts. The world’s most expensive
hotel was built and is owned by the Abu Dhabi government. The city, which is the United Arab Emirates’ capital makes a great impression on the Middle East corporate tourism being the biggest rival of Dubai. The 3 billion $ cost hotel was opened in 2005 and is a colossal standalone itself.
An interior shot of the Italian Chapel on Lamb Holm, Orkney. An incredible story and a very beautiful place to visit if you’re ever in Orkney. All of the artwork was painted by hand by Italian prisoners of war during the second World War.