Millennium Abu Dhabi makes its mark

Millennium Hotel Abu Dhabi ... elegant

Standing elegantly on Khalifa Street, overlooking the Capital Gardens on one side and the Corniche on the other, the Millennium Hotel Abu Dhabi has made its mark as the capital’s newest five-star business lifestyle hotel. Since its opening in March 2002, the Millennium Hotel has become a benchmark for the hospitality industry in Abu Dhabi.

Rising 16 floors with its 325 luxurious guest rooms and suites, Club floor, business centre, grand ballroom, meeting and events facilities, diverse range of culinary options, Health and Fitness Club and more, the Millennium Hotel caters to both corporate and leisure travellers alike. With a striking mix of Arabic and contemporary style coupled with a distinctively warm and welcoming ambience, it assures guests of quality service blended with traditional Middle Eastern hospitality.
What’s more, the hotel enjoys an excellent reputation for its F&B operations, offering a world of fine dining with some of the best chefs in the region. Its restaurants include Citrus Cafe, offering daily breakfast, lunch and dinner buffets with a range of tantalising international dishes and Marakesh, which recreates the authentic atmosphere of the Red City. A combination of everything Moroccan, you are promised a perfect recipe to an enchanting evening with its opulence and celebrated elegance coupled with a wonderful belly dancer, live entertainment and homemade cuisine. Then there’s Sevilo’s where you capture the essence of Italy – the refined art of fine dining is restored with its mouth-watering Italian dishes – and Cristal, the capital’s first cigar and champagne bar with its jazz pianist, which combines an exotic mix of contemporary and classic influences providing the perfect retreat from the urban rush.
At the Millennium Hotel, the multilingual and friendly staff pride themselves on taking service to new heights. As general manager Moine Kandil says, “We promise our guests the most enjoyable experience from the minute we say hello till we say goodbye with a ‘Yes we can’ attitude.”