Park Hyatt Abu Dhabi
Park Hyatt Abu Dhabi, Saadiyat Island, is an exclusive sanctuary resort designed for the discerning leisure and business traveler. Located on a nine-kilometer stretch of environmentally protected, natural, white sand beach, the hotel offers sweeping vistas of the azure waters of the Gulf on one side and the rolling greens of Saadiyat Beach Golf Club on the other. This contemporary resort, with subtle Arabian touches, is surrounded by seven hectares of beautifully landscaped gardens and soothing water features. The hotel offers 306 luxuriously appointed rooms, suites, and villas. Thoughtfully designed to provide unobtrusive comfort and luxury, all accommodations have convenient in-room technological innovations such as motion sensors connected to Smart Cards that automatically regulate temperature and lighting, 42-inch LED TVs, and iPod docking stations.
ESPA at Yas Viceroy Abu Dhabi
ESPA at Yas Viceroy is a contemporary re-interpretation of the traditional Hammam, featuring specially developed Hammam inspired treatments. Separate men’s and women’s areas ensure the utmost privacy and relaxation, each with their own lounge, two revolutionary Metronap Sleep Pods, and changing area. The spa also features the ultra luxurious Viceroy Presidential Treatment Suite that can be accessed directly from the hotel’s Presidential Suite via a private elevator. This deluxe suite contains a private Hammam experience with steam room and scrub plinth, a luxurious treatment room, a private work-out studio with Technogym Kinesis equipment, and a spacious relaxation lounge.
Eastern Mangroves Hotel & Spa by Anantara
Al Yamm Lodge by Anantara
Qasr Al Sarab Desert Resort by Anantara
The Rub'-al-Khali, or Empty Quarter, is the largest uninterrupted sand desert in the world. Spanning four Arab states, it has been traversed for centuries by nomads and fascinated explorers alike. Within the Empty Quarter lies the Liwa Desert of Abu Dhabi, and it is here that the magnificent Qasr Al Sarab resort rises like an ancient fortress out of the rolling ocher dunes. It may feel as if the clock has been turned back to the time when Bedouins roamed, trains were made up of camels, and the only date to be had on a Friday night was the fruit. A sense of enchantment and wonder envelopes the property, which houses thousands of ancient Bedouin artifacts and exemplary pieces of Arabian art. Modern conveniences have been carefully incorporated and blend seamlessly with the traditional Arab aesthetic and color scheme. For some excitement, guests can go dune-bashing in a 4x4 or, in true Bedouin fashion, on a camel!