The Jumeirah at Etihad Towers Opened In Abu Dhabi on November 1, 2011

The Jumeirah at Etihad Towers opened on November 1, 2011, on the Arabian Gulf, in the Ras Al Akhdar area of Abu Dhabi.

The property is close to the central business district and ministry compounds and is the first Jumeirah property to open in the capital city. The luxury hotel consists of 382 guestrooms and suites, 199 fully serviced residences, and 12 restaurants, bars and lounges. It also contains the Talise Spa, Six P Gym, a Club Executive Lounge, and one of the largest Conference Centers in Abu Dhabi. It’s furnished in a modern contemporary design, with Italian marble, custom-designed hand-tufted carpets and photographic art works from the private photograph collection of His Highness Sheikh Suroor bin Mohammed Al Nahyan. The hotel offers its own private beach and several viewpoints of the Abu Dhabi’s Corniche, the city skyline and coastline.

Two of the hotel’s signature restaurants, Li Beirut and Quest, offer a unique, modern gourmet experience with Lebanese and Asian cuisine respectively. The Talise Spa also offers unique services with its fully contained treatment suites, Turkish hammam, and Rasoul treatments. The Conference Center can accommodate up to 1,400 guests in a conference setting or 1,000 guests for a seated banquet dinner. The center includes the Mezzoon ballroom, 13 meeting rooms, VIP suites, a Bridal suite, a business center and an Events Showroom.

The Jumeirah Group is a Dubai-based luxury hospitality company and a member of Dubai Holding. They operate a world-class portfolio of hotels and resorts.

Visit www.jumeirah.com

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