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Emirates Palace rated best in the world

May 14 - Online travel agency, Expedia Insiders' Select List, has deemed the Emirates Palace Hotel, Abu Dhabi, as one of the best in the world. The hotel was selected from a list of 114,000 hotels and resorts based on more than one million traveller opinions on hotel reviews collected by Expedia. These were rated by Expedia employees.


Talking about the award, Emirates Palace Director of Sales and Marketing Janet Abrahams said: "This is the first time the hotel has won the Expedia award. We are honoured that our efforts have been acknowledged by Expedia travellers and we are looking forward to continuing to find ways to enhance every guests' experience and increase our ambassadors globally.”
 

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