Kempinski Hotel Muscat in Oman is slated for an opening in the first quarter of 2018. Nestled within the community of Al Mouj and spread along six kilometres of stuheenning coastline, the Kempinski Muscat is an unparalleled luxury destination in the capital of Oman.
Future guests will be delighted by two kilometres of white sandy beach; Oman’s only signature PGA standard 18-hole golf course, designed by Greg Norman; as well as the 400-berth Al Mouj Marina, Oman’s largest private yachting hub. Next to the Kempinski Hotel Muscat with 310 rooms amongst 40 suites and two presidential suites, each with a private swimming pool, the Kempinski Residences features 77 serviced apartments for long stays and leasings. Eight unique restaurants and bars offer a wide culinary range – inside and under the open sky.
The much-awaited Emerald Palace Kempinski Palm Jumeirah Dubai will open its doors in the second quarter of next year. The palace hotel will feature 389 rooms and suites. Rooms start at a size of 67 sq m and are thus the largest rooms in this category on the Palm. In addition, the Emerald Palace stands out due to the largest indoor swimming pool, with 175 sq m, as well as the largest private cinema on Palm Jumeirah with a capacity of 80 seats.
Guests can enjoy 500 metres of private sandy beach and the 3,000 square metres Cinq Mondes spa, including 24 spacious treatment rooms and two private spa suites.
The hotel hosts six exclusive culinary experiences.
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