The Beach Rotana Hotel and Towers, Abu Dhabi, has announced the completion of its beach wing renovation.
The hotel’s Rosebuds coffee shop and popular German restaurant Brauhaus have been extended and completely refitted, together with the addition of a new business centre and hairdressing salons. The project also included the opening of Benihana, the American Japanese restaurant.
Omer Kaddouri, general manager of the hotel, says, “Our overall expansion project could not be considered complete without the renovation of the Beach Wing, which has been Rotana’s flagship since it first opened in 1993.”
The hotel’s $68 million expansion project has already resulted in the addition of 186 new sea facing rooms, six additional executive floors and two Presidential Suites together with a number of new restaurants which opened in October 2002. This was followed with the opening at the hotel of one of the largest ballrooms and banqueting suites in the country. Already the hotel has received considerable praise for its level of service and facilities.
“For the tourist and business visitor alike the Beach Rotana Hotel & Towers is a City Conference Resort. The hotel’s new sports complex, the beach and garden area with tennis courts and two pools, a choice of 10 restaurants and the Abu Dhabi Mall beside us, there really is something for everyone,” adds Kaddouri.
The Beach Rotana Hotel & Towers is the largest hotel complex in Abu Dhabi, and features many exclusive and unique aspects.
“Every room features online connectivity, communications and Internet, complimented by exclusive guests amenities,” says Kaddouri, concluding, “We understand our guest mix and took their needs in to consideration early on in the planning. The opening has been a major turning point for Abu Dhabi’s hotel and leisure sector, providing new levels of facilities.”
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