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Emirates Ranks Among Highest In Hotel Survey

Emirates Palace Hotel ranked among the highest hotels in the world in the Business Hotels Survey 2009 by readers of Conde Nast Traveler magazine in the UK.   The luxury hotel ranked 16 with a score of 81.46 and achieved the highest score of 87.5 for shopping facilities. 

The magazine asked readers to vote for the best of different travel and tourism sector categories including airlines, cruise lines, and hotels.  Conde Nast magazine was voted the # 1 lifestyle magazine in the world by PPA in 2009.  General Manager of Emirates Palace Hotel said “The Emirates Palace boasts to be the only hotel in the Middle East to be recognized by the industry’s leading publication.”  Hans Olbertz said the recognition is another vote of confidence for Emirates Palace world class business facilities and services.
 

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