Emirates Palace Hotel part two

Facts and Figures
It cost approximately 3 billion USD to build the property in 3 years with 20,000 workers, designed by Wimberley Allison Tong & Goo of the United Kingdom
1 km from wing to wing, 100 hectares total area.
1.3 km private beach.
394 rooms and suites, ranging from 55 sqm to 680 sqm.
40 meeting and conference rooms.
Ballroom with a guest capacity of 2400 theatre style.
Auditorium with seated guest capacity of 1100.
619 plasma and LCD screens in guest rooms and meeting rooms.
5 kg of pure edible gold is used per year for decoration mainly on desserts.
128 kitchens and pantries.
200 tonnes of oranges squeezed for fresh juice every year.
6.4 km jogging trail.
114 domes, with the Central Dome at a height of 72.6 metres above ground.
8 escalators and 102 elevators, with a maximum capacity up to 55 persons per elevator.
Marble imported from 13 countries across the world.
12 external fountains and 8 indoor water features.
1002 chandeliers, the largest weighing 2.5 tonnes.
8000 trees set in landscaped gardens.
2 wall display carpets, handmade in Thailand, weighing 1 tonne each.
818 parking spaces.
Daily laundry capacity of 6 tonnes.
1200 employees from 58 different countries.
Emirates Palace offers the world’s most expensive one million dollar tailor made suite holiday.

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