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Emirates Towers offers its tenants and visitors’ excellent amenities including multiple restaurants, coffee shops, pharmacy, banks, gym and car parking with valet services. The Tower is connected with the 56-floor Jumeirah Emirates Towers by a retail Boulevard including exclusive fashion labels such as Cartier.
The Emirates Towers Metro station is a 3-minute walk away, providing easy access to the airport and other main attractions in Dubai, such as Jumeirah Lakes Towers, Dubai Mall and the magnificent Burj Khalifa, the World’s Tallest Building.
The Tower is conveniently located in between Dubai World Trade Centre and Dubai International Financial Centre; a major global financial hub for the Middle East, Africa and South Asia Markets.
Our fellow tenants in the tower include HRH Sheikh Mohammed Bin Rashid Al Maktoum – Prime Minister of the UAE & Ruler of Dubai. Other notable tenants include The Executive Council, Richemont, Tiffany & Co, Expo 2020, The Consulate General of Canada, The Spanish Trade Office & Consulate, Swatch, BMW Middle East.
12 minutes by car/taxi, or 24 minutes by Dubai Metro direct from Emirates Towers metro station to Terminals 1 & 3.
Emirates Towers metro station located directly in front of the towers conveniently provides connection throughout the city of Dubai.
taxis are available directly in front of “The Boulevard” entrance to Emirates Towers (next to Al Nafoorah restaurant).
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