Locals might be a little weary about the location. In terms of the location, the recently constructed “Culture Village” around the hotel does not help the cause. Though, you could take a cheap taxi and ride for about 20 minutes to reach the world famous Dubai Mall.
The Dubai International airport is a 15 minutes drive. The design of this hotel is a bit more complicated as compared to some of the other hotels and resorts we have reviewed from the same city.
The marketing theme tells that it resembles a “16th-century Italian palace”. However, when you look at it from the outside, it is not exactly the case. Maybe a few glasses of would make you think otherwise.
The insides are almost entirely different. The lobby is large and spacious and has a stunning wow factor to it. Get ready to be blown away with a three-tonne Czech chandelier, glittered columns, tons of marble and a 1.5 million-piece mosaic.
Oh and who could forget the vintage Versace collection furnishings. There’s a massive “lagoon” pool that looks out over the Creek, with another more child-friendly taking you to the Giardino restaurant. A third one also opened in autumn 2016. A spa was also launched a few years later. Staff was very friendly and eager to service.
Food choices are great, which is convenient as there is nothing else near the hotel. The Giardino throughout the day eatery completes a broad smorgasbord breakfast and lunch, and a lobster and clam informal breakfast on Fridays.
Italian top notch restaurant Vanitas is the spot to head at lunch while, for supper, Enigma has moving three-month remains for visiting Michelin-featured culinary specialists. My dinner under the eye of Spaniard Quique Dacosta was part feast, part theater (servers in paper bull-head veils, for instance) and totally delightful.
In case you’re a devotee of the “Medusa Madness” style of Versace Home Collection you’ll be in supreme paradise as you revel in your inward Donatella. If not, you may think you’ve wound up in an elegant south Florida apartment suite complex, around 1987.
All bathrooms (heaps of marble) have separate tub and downpour head shower, with La Bottega toiletries. Room-just prices begin at £575, anyway in low season rates can drop. Wi-fi is free of cost.
The whole hotel is available by wheelchair, while two bedrooms have been explicitly adjusted for those with inabilities. A children’s club is “as of now being created”, in spite of the fact that this is most likely the sort of hotel where numerous guests bring their own babysitter at any rate.
All in all, the Palazzo is a pretty decent hotel to stay at, which is why it makes our top 5 list of Dubai hotels in the first place. Be sure to leave your reviews after your experience(s).
Contact : https://www.palazzoversace.ae