The Emirates Palace is a beautiful luxury hotel. Built on the end of Abu Dhabi Island near the bridge over to Marina Island. This is a photo of me standing just beyond the mail lobby in the Grand Atrium. The cafes, shops, and some of the conference space is available to the public to walk through and admire. Hotel Residence can enjoy many more of this 7 star hotel’s luxury features, such as its 24 hour butler service. There is a separate floor reserved for the Gulf Arab royalty. For more information about the Emirates Palace check out their official site at http://emiratespalaceabudhabi.com/ .
July 2, 2014
Hi, I’m Elaine. I am an undergraduate student at Lehigh University. I am studying Civil Engineering and Architecture through Lehigh’s Arts-Engineering program. This is a five year program through which I will graduate with two bachelors degrees. In addition to being a dual major here at Lehigh I have been a student-athlete in our NCAA Division I Women’s Rowing Team. I am involved in the Reformed University Fellowship. I am also a member of Lehigh’s chapters of the American Society of Civil Engineers, Society of Women Engineers, Chi Epsilon, and Tau Beta Pi. In semesters where my schedule has permitted, I have also been an Engineering Tour Guide for the P.C. Rossin College of Engineering. View all posts by luelaine15
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