Fairmont Marina Abu Dhabi

4 things to know about the soon-to-open

Abu Dhabi: the UAE’s capital is a magnet to travellers across the globe. From Sheikh Zayed Grand Mosque to the exhilarating rides at Ferrari World, the city is a fusion of modernity, history and culture. And among its impressive array of incredible infrastructure projects is leading hotel chain Fairmont’s latest regional opening, Fairmont Marina, Abu Dhabi, which is set to welcome guests from March this year. 

Here’s 4 things to know about it ahead of the opening.


1. It’s architecturally striking

With a gigantic arc as the centre of attraction, the waterfront hotel is a blend of Arabian reagalness and elegant luxury. The design has been likened to Atlantis The Palm in Dubai

2. There’ll be no less than 5 swimming pools

The Fairmont Marina Abu Dhabi will boast 563 guest rooms spanning over 39 floors and no less than five swimming pools, perfect for a family-friendly break. Its waterfront location also means that guests benefit access to a pristine stretch of private beach.

3. There’s a luxe spa

A Willow Stream Spa with an impressive 12 treatment rooms will be available to guests and non-residents, offering an array of relaxing treatments from massages to facials.

4. The hotel’s location makes it ideal for resort living

The hotel is located on Al Kasir island at the farthermost tip of the capital. Those looking to relax and recharge can bask in the luxury of the hotel’s five-star facilities, or enjoy a quick trip to the nearby Abu Dhabi Corniche. Adventurous travellers are able to journey further afield to Abu Dhabi’s Saadiyat Island, Yas Island or Al Reem Island.

With the dazzling Abu Dhabi skyline on one side and breathtaking views of the sunseting on the Arabian Sea on the other, Fairmont Marina Abu Dhabi combines the best of both worlds

Originally posted 2018-01-08 22:07:20. Republished by Blog Post Promoter

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