Abu Dhabi's Emirates Palace Hotel gets a new name
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Abu Dhabi’s Emirates Palace Hotel gets a new name

Abu Dhabi’s Emirates Palace Hotel gets a new name

The beachfront property has been officially rebranded, and includes the region’s first vegan rooms

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Emirates Palace Hotel, an opulent hospitality offering nestled in Abu Dhabi, has been officially rebranded.

The hotel will now be called Emirates Palace Mandarin Oriental, Abu Dhabi, suggesting the beginning of a new era.

Part of the Mandarin Oriental Hotel Group portfolio, the beachfront palace boasts renovated rooms, new dining experiences, as well as spa and sports facilities.

The accommodation, which houses 390 rooms and suites, will include “the region’s very first vegan rooms with compassionate design, sustainable bedding, plant-based, in-room dining options and cruelty-free bath amenities”, the company said in a statement on Monday.

The one-Michelin-starred Talea by Antonio Guida is part of the hotel’s expansive culinary portfolio of 12 dining venues. The new Episodes – comprising a tea apothecary, a deli, a cake shop and a gelateria, has also been added.

In addition to The Hideaway, The Spa at Mandarin Oriental will pioneer self-care practices by renowned practitioners and launch a new range of skincare products by Tata Harper and Oto.

“Emirates Palace Mandarin Oriental, Abu Dhabi marks a milestone for our brand and confirms our commitment to the region,” said James Riley, group chief executive of Mandarin Oriental Hotel Group.

“The palace is a globally recognised landmark in the UAE and we are delighted to manage a property with such rich historical and cultural relevance.”

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