THE Beach Rotana Hotel & Towers in Abu Dhabi has fantastic offers on hotel rooms this summer.
Deluxe single or double rooms at the hotel are available from July 1 to August 31 at Dh295++ per night, while premier rooms (single or double) cost Dh385++. (Rates are subject to availability and travellers must book in advance to take advantage of these special rates.)
A magnificent structure symbolising the warmth of traditional Arabian hospitality, the Beach Rotana Hotel & Towers rises high on the shores of the Arabian Sea. It features 186 new sea-facing rooms including 11 executive suites, one royal suite and a presidential suite in addition to the existing 227 rooms and suites.
Six dedicated Club Rotana executive floors provide business travellers with exclusive Club Rotana privileges, which include private check-in and checkout, private meeting facilities and a state-of-the-art business centre complete with secretarial services, laptops and Internet access. Ten world-class food and beverage venues, each with its own unique ambience, service and cuisine, make dining at the Rotana truly memorable. These include Trader Vic’s, Brauhaus, Café Columbia, Prego’s, the Rodeo Grill, Benihana and the beachside Bay View restaurant.
Among the facilities on offer are a temperature-controlled swimming pool and kids pool, 120 metres of private beach, a fully-equipped gymnasium with a panoramic view of the sea, two group fitness studios, three floodlit all-weather tennis courts and two squash courts, a covered kids outdoor play area and supervised kids crèche, water sports facilities, sauna, steam, jacuzzi and two massage rooms.
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