London, Jul 19: World's first seven-star hotel in Abu Dhabi, The Emirates Palace, is opening its doors to guests - for the price of a million dollars. The hotel has basically put together a seven-night package that will cost 500,000 pounds for two people. The facilities included in the package will be a 680sq- metre three-bedroom suite lined with gold and marble.
Guests will also get to enjoy crystal chandeliers, a lounge with a 61in plasma telly, laptops, and butler on call 24 hours a day. The deal includes all food and drink at the hotel's 13 bars and restaurants. People will also be offered trips by private jet to Bahrein where they can dive in search of their own pearl, which will be hand-designed into jewellery. They may also fly to Jordan for mud spa treatment in the Dead Sea, and to Iran where they will be helped to make their own Persian carpet.
A chauffeur-driven 200,000-pound Maybach supercar will be available on demand.
The boys can play at the ultra-exclusive Abu Dhabi Golf Club, while the girls will make their own fragrance with experts from Yas Perfumes.
People may also enjoy a trip to a desert island, deep-sea fishing, and champagne at a romantic venue at sunset.
There is also a spa treatment centre at the hotel to freshen up the guests.
"It's the ultimate holiday - worth every penny," British tabloid The Sun quoted a hotel spokesman as saying.