The Jumeirah at Etihad Towers towers high above the Abu Dhabi skyline. My room overlooks the Arabian Gulf and the famous Corniche. The hotel is part of an iconic complex with a total of five tower blocks and stands amidst the skyscrapers that define the face of the city.
The hotel is perfectly located and therefore ideal as a base for exploring Abu Dhabi. The unmissable highlights of the city are the ultra luxurious shopping malls, Water World and Ferrari World. And Abu Dhabi has even more grand plans, such as its own Louvre and its own Guggenheim Museum. Both are being built on the still-developing Saadiyat Island. If you want to learn more about this, a visit to the Manarat visitor center is definitely worthwhile.
Jumeirah Etihad Towers offers three outdoor swimming pools, a fantastic spa and a great private beach right on your doorstep. Personal trainers are on hand in the gym to help you with your daily workout.
The rooms are equipped with stylish furniture and the latest technologies. The view from the rooms and suites is spectacular. Some rooms have bathrooms where you can enjoy this view from your bath through large floor-to-ceiling glass windows. The entire interior is of pure class and this is reflected in every detail. Jumeirah Etihad Towers does not drag in award after award for nothing.
In the no fewer than twelve restaurants and bars of the Jumeirah you can enjoy delicious drinks and refined international cuisine. The Observation Deck at 300, located on the 74th floor of the second tower, is a major attraction for many guests. The highest viewpoint in Abu Dhabi with 360 degree views over the city, the Persian Gulf and in the distance the desert. The High Tea was fantastic and is a household name in town!