Four Seasons opens Abu Dhabi hotel on Al Maryah Island

The new Four Seasons Hotel Abu Dhabi at Al Maryah Island has opened on the waterfront.

Four Seasons Hotel Abu Dhabi at Al Maryah Island
Four Seasons Hotel Abu Dhabi at Al Maryah Island

The 34-storey, five-star hotel has 200 rooms and suites, each with views of the water and city skyline. These include The Royal Suite, a 267sqm space with two-storey windows, and The Presidential Suite, with separate living and dining rooms plus pantry.

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The hotel features two ballrooms, the largest of which is 495sqm, and five function rooms to accommodate all types of events for up to 530 delegates. Catering services and 24-hour business assistance is also available. 

Leisure facilities at the property include two fitness centres and a spa with hydro pool, sauna, hammam, ice fountain, showers and heated lounge chairs with waterfront views. There is also a rooftop pool with panoramic skyline and water views.

The hotel has a choice of three restaurants and three lounge bars, with a range of international cuisine. 

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