Le Meridien Abu Dhabi
What We Love
- Making the most of your all-inclusive board basis with access to nine restaurants and bars
- Staying just a short walk away from the hotel’s private beach
- Treating yourself to a sea view to take in impressive vistas
What To Know
- Tennis courts are highly-coveted, be sure to book ahead of time
- Rooms are a bit dated, but clean and comfortable
- Free WiFi works well (and is even known to reach the beach)
- Free WiFi
- Parking On Site
Head to Abu Dhabi, the capital of the United Arab Emirates and the largest of the seven emirates, and you’ll find plenty to compete with its luxury neighbour, Dubai. During your stay here, you can ride the fastest rollercoaster in the world or marvel at the 82 domes and 24-carat gold gilded chandeliers of one of the world’s largest mosques. With nine restaurants and bars of its own, the luxury Le Méridien Abu Dhabi’s grand scale fits right in. When you’re not exploring the city, retreat to your guest room, decorated by local artists and luxury linens, or switch off in the glass-domed spa with its own indoor waterfall. Greek, Thai, Italian and English cuisines are also catered for in its pretty dining village and gardens. For anything else, you’ll find the city’s business district and Abu Dhabi’s Marina Mall within walking distance.
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The location i the best and hotel on the beach - over 5 restaurants and over 5 clubs inside so you don't even need to leave the place - its the oldest hotel in abu dhabi and showing its age however great place and great location
So disappointed. Very dated hotel and it’s going through major upgrades. Most of the facilities are closed and those that are open are poor.
Inside and around the hotel is a major construction site - music until 3am and despite windows being closed you can hear it in the room every night. If I didn’t pay for the hotel in full I would have moved!
I’m sure once it’s all done it will look amazing but for now I would avoid particularly if it’s a holiday you’re planning.
Positive: staff are good
Had a room in La Residence which is part of Le Meridien hotel. On arrival I thought I had travelled back to the 20th century. Room was tiny, dirty and had no modern amenities.Building work going on all around hotel and main road was undergoing massive work so the dust & noise was horrendous. Kept awake till 4am every morning by the noise from the village and the nightclub on grounds of hotel.
My Husband and myself thoroughly enjoyed our 3rd visit to Le Meridien - so much in fact we are booking to return next April. The staff are very polite and very helpful. Restaurant is run very well by Kunal. Yes renovations going on inside and outside of hotel but that did not in any way spoil our holiday. Looking forward very much to next April
Although there was refurbishment going on within the hotel this did not affect our holiday. We stayed in one of the newly renovated club rooms it was bright and beautifully decorated, our only criticism would be the lack of storage / drawers for anyone staying for more than a few days. Access to the club lounge is a bonus and is well managed. In the grounds there is a large grassed area with plenty of sunbeds a private beach & a beach bar. There is also a large pool and a separate kids pool with lifeguards in attendance, two in particular were Yolo & Grant who were very attentive & watchful at all times together with being polite and friendly. and that is high praise indeed from two Arsenal fans to two Man Utd fans - you're great !!!!! Good selection of restaurants, a good sports bar with staff who will go out of their way to find whatever sporting event you want to watch on several large screens & a very popular traditional "pub" The Captains Arms under the attentive management of Mahir & Rosemond and the very efficient and very friendly Sneddon, Anil, Shin & Elyas and the rest of the crew. We love you guys.