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OT: Which is your favourite hotel in the world?
Jyoti Randhawa: I think it has to be the Emirates Palace in Abu Dhabi (emiratespalace.com).
OT: What makes it stand out?
Jyoti Randhawa: The location of the hotel is incredible and the views are breathtaking. It is tastefully done up and the food is outstanding.
OT: Do the interiors match the view?
Jyoti Randhawa: The hotel doesn’t exaggerate when it says that it is a palace, for in many ways it really is! The interiors complement the view and are very tasteful and ooze luxury. Being in one of those rooms is like having an apartment to yourself, and the construction and design is breathtaking.
OT: The food?
Jyoti Randhawa: While we did try all of their restaurants, the one that really stood out was their Italian restaurant, Mezzaluna. Now, that is food to die for!
OT: And the service?
Jyoti Randhawa: This hotel has every comfort in the world. It seems like there is nothing you can ask for that they don’t have! The general manager was Indian and we therefore got even better treatment than the other guests, who in any event were treated like royalty.
OT: Will you go back?
Jyoti Randhawa: I would love to visit again and I am dying to get back there!
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