Sheikh Zayed Mosque with Emirates Palace Coffee121 Reviews
Boasting wealthy legacy and customs, Abu Dhabi is a city of unique charm that constantly attracts globetrotters. This short but informative tour familiarizes you with a couple of the city’s most stunning architectures including Sheikh Zayed Grand Mosque.
- Observe the majestic heritage of Abu Dhabi at its two iconic landmarks
- Get mesmerized by the brilliant architecture of Sheikh Zayed Grand Mosque
- Sip a cup of tea or coffee amidst the royal ambiance of Emirates Palace
DescriptionAfter a prompt pick-up from your hotel, you will travel to Sheikh Zayed Grand Mosque in Abu Dhabi. True to its name, the main prayer hall of this Mosque accommodates thousands of people at a time. Besides this, the structure features one of the largest domes in the world and its outer surface is ornamented with imported white marbles. Other notable attractions of the Mosque include; the hand-knitted carpet, the Swarovski crystals-studded glass panels, and the massive chandelier (the world’s third largest). Once your mosque visit is over, you will head to the city’s luxurious hotel, Emirates Palace. Blending Arabic elements with modern technologies, this hotel offers the finest hospitality with an authentic local feel. The super-richness of this structure is well evident in all its deluxe rooms, suits, spas, private beach and pools. For a complete experience, settle into your table and enjoy a cup of tea or coffee along with your favorite slice of cake. You will then travel back to your hotel with good memories of the city.
IncludesHotel pickup and drop-off Clean and air-conditioned modern vehicle Professional licensed English-speaking driver Entrance to Sheikh Zayed Mosque Coffee or tea with a slice of cake at Emirates palace Cold mineral water Guidance inside the palace Personal expenses Tips
- On Friday, the Sheikh Zayed Grand Mosque is open from 5:00 PM until 7:00 PM. It will also be closed on certain dates and announcement of these days will be only a few days before, also it is not possible to visit the Sheikh Zayed Mosque during any Islamic festival
- Mosques have very strict dress codes, when visiting; women must wear long loose clothing, insure their arms and legs are fully covered. Women are also required to cover their heads at all times. However, the local operator will provide a long-local Abaya with scarf (long black dress-attire). Men must not show above their knees and must cover their shoulders. Failure to do so will result in refused entry. Please note, the local operator does not provide any kind of clothes to men
- This trip is not wheelchair accessible
- Pickup will be made within 0-40 minutes of your selected time, depending on location
Easy cancellationCancel up to 24 hours in advance to receive a full refund
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