This is just a comfy seating area in the hotel lobby. But, it has lovely staff a great menu and serves delicious hot coffee. If you stay here this is a must.
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Beautiful building. Worth a visit. Very expensive. High tea was lovely but more cakes than sandwiches were provided. Glass of champagne was £25
We went to The Emirates Palace Hotel for afternoon tea as a birthday treat. A very luxurious hotel but not very comfortable, tourist walking around the tea hall. Everything about it was gold even the gold flakes on the cappuccino. Security Guards everywhere, (understandable for...More
Stunning hotel, loved the fountains outside. Very opulent with lots of gold every where. Had afternoon tea at Le Cafe, loved the gold leaf sprinked on the cappacinnos.
We went for the afternoon tea at Emirates Palace yesterday. The Hotel is unbelievably massive and imposing, it’s like walking into the Hall of the Mountain Kings or a some other biblically monstrous kingdom. Anyway I must say the the afternoon tea was served perfectly...More
Amazing experience and I felt like a princess! Coffee and ice cream were covered in 23ct gold! Worth every penny!
We visited specifically to have afternoon tea which was lovely, one of the highlights was my name printed on the keepsake menu as I had made a reservation!! Another highlight was the gold leaf topped cappuccino...need I go on?! This hotel is huge and very...More
I have never before had cappuccino and ice cream with gold leafs so I tried. For app. 10€ Is affordable. Interior Is stunning. Men should wearing long pants to enter. I do not know for the rooms Because We stayed in other hotel.