Capital Centre Arjaan hotel to debut in Abu Dhabi in November

Capital Centre Arjaan by Rotana, located in Abu Dhabi's business district, is opening on 1 November.

The property features 259 modern studios and suites, five meeting rooms, with the largest space catering for up to 150 for receptions, two food and beverage outlets and and a fitness club with sauna and steam rooms.

It is located a few steps away from Abu Dhabi National Exhibition Centre and a few minutes drive from the centre of Abu Dhabi and Yas Island attractions. The hotel is part of Rotana’s Capital Centre Complex, which will be complemented next year with the opening of Capital Centre Rotana.

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