Eight-star Emirates Palace Hotel, the location of Speed and Passion 7. This is the first hotel I need to check in before I check in. On the opposite side of the hotel gate is the Etihard Tower (three buildings that exceeded the speed of 7 miles at the first time). When I entered the hotel gate, my first impression was that the green grass and flowers surrounded the hotel, and the fountains kept pouring. It took a good circle to get to the hotel lobby. The interior was brilliant and glittering at a glance. At this time, we are still thinking about why the Chieftain's Palace can become an 8-star hotel. The hotel's appearance and hardware facilities are similar to those of five-star hotels in China. Until we really began to experience the hotel facilities and observe the details slowly, the Butler introduced that the pictures and calligraphy everywhere in the hotel are of great value. After any hotel staff, they would greet with a smile. The hotel has a long coastline, soft beach, camel riding experience, rich water recreation facilities, high-quality water coaches and lifeguards, children. Water Paradise, the key is... This hotel has a standard football field! In a country where water is more expensive than oil, huge amounts of freshwater resources are consumed to conserve a large number of vegetation. Its luxury is not seen in the appearance of dew. The power supply in the guest room is controlled by the iPad, and the data control is simple and warm. Although the hotel is large, but the number of hotel staff is adequately equipped, there are questions to answer, there are requests to respond. Golf carts shuttle outdoors, and employees greet each other with smiles and friendly conversations. Details can only be found with great care that the signs in the hotel are different from those in general hotels, which are printed in paper, with a floor marble, with acrylic relief and gold-inlaid relief exterior panels. At a close look, the designs are vivid and vivid, and can not be detected without paying attention to the observation. It was not until we checked out that the question was still in retrospect.