Le Meridien Abu Dhabi hotel in the heart of the UAE capital is undergoing a major renovation programme adding new facilities for its customers.
The 226-room hotel which is just five minutes from the city centre, has opened a completely new-look gym.
The bigger and better gym will feature new Techno equipment from Italy besides a renovated spa offering new treatments including Turkish bath and aquamatic pool.
The squash courts at the hotel have also received a complete facelift, said the hotel's public relations and marketing manager, Muhammad Abu Hishme.
In April, Le Meridien Abu Dhabi is due to open a totally renovated Royal Club. The facelift involves renovation of its 28 rooms besides a new lounge and improved facilities for the hotel's business guests.
A month later, a sports-themed outlet will open launching a new concept at the hotel.
The outlet will offer guests a chance to catch up on their favourite games while sipping a relaxing drink followed by dinner.
Whether for business or pleasure, the centrally located Le Meridien Abu Dhabi provides luxurious accommodation with extensive facilities including the Royal Club Executive floor, conference and banqueting services, health spa and a host of recreational activities.
With 14 food and beverage outlets to choose from, guests are guaranteed a variety of international cuisine catering to every taste.
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