Two new hotels in Abu Dhabi for Radisson Blu

The Abu Dhabi Corniche has event space for up to 2,000, while the Al Ain features a garden area for al fresco social gatherings.

Radisson Blu Hotel & Resort, Al Ain
Radisson Blu Hotel & Resort, Al Ain

Radisson Blu has opened two hotels in Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates (UAE). 

The Radisson Blu Hotel & Resort, Abu Dhabi Corniche offers 327 rooms and suites. The meeting and events space can host events for 10 to 2,000 guests, with 14 meeting rooms, two ballrooms and outdoor facilities that include a private beach club for special events.

The nine restaurants serve international cuisine, while the three swimming pools, spa, fitness centre and the beach club offer opportunities for relaxation. The property is also ideally located for exploring the city centre’s attractions.

The Radisson Blu Hotel & Resort Al Ain is located in one of Al Ain’s historic properties and offers easy access to a number of UNESCO World Heritage sites.                                                           

Featuring 210 rooms including a range of suites, villas and studios, there is also 1,070sqm of event space, including four meeting rooms, a ballroom for events for up to 650 guests and a garden area for social gatherings.

Six restaurants and four bars join leisure facilities such as swimming pools, tennis courts, a sauna and steam room.

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