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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Renato and Ritchel made our stay memorable! We feel at home while having breakfast everyday!! they are friendly and accommodating. The room is OK and the reception not really knowledgeable about the prices and what their hotel offers.
It was a really good time. On oasis beach bar Everything is working properl. Special thanks to beach staff sunil, elvie , Dela
Was their service best I hope I will come back in the future. Swimming pool is good location
Fantastic place and bucket beer deal 120dhs 5 beer cans big pool and beach excellent service by staff especially thanks to Mr sunil Manager for take care me and my kids come with your friend and enjoying the spa facilities
We stayed here for 7 nights all inclusive. The hotel and rooms are very clean, the room we had 584, had been newly refurbished to a good standard, wardrobe / drawer space is limited. The noise from the late night music at the village area really needs to be sorted out as this goes on until about 2-3 AM. Guest should not be subjected to this, maybe the solution would be to fit triple glazed doors / windows.
The pool bar provided good service but the bar used for evening drinks (Latest recipe) was of poor service as not manned permanently and at times it took a good half hour for someone to come and serve us. The All inclusive is a bit strange as there are only 3 cocktails included on the list and you have to pay for any drinks used from the mini bar although the beer was the same as being served at the bars on the all inclusive menu...the bar staff are not to blame for this as they were all very hard working. The buffet restaurant was a good standard with plenty of choice for all taste.
We would return as and in the hope that management read this review would put some of our suggestions in to place. :-)
My daughter treated me to an afternoon here and it was a really relaxing experience. First we chilled out on the beach and I had a swim in the cool water of the sea- warmer in February than it ever gets in England! Then we tried the swimming pool and after that we went inside to the spa. It was great to experience the water jets massaging our backs, the gentle bubbles of the jacuzzi, the cooling water of the plunge pools and the reviving heat of the steam room. We swam and floated and emerged feeling completely relaxed.