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What We Love

  • A glitzy all-inclusive UAE escape to a five-star hotel overlooking the gleaming Arabian Gulf Admiring the refined and pristine interiors of this glamorous hotel
  • Making the most of the location, just a short stroll from the immaculate beachfront
  • Experiencing the capital’s mix of modern living with rich heritage and traditions

What To Know

  • There are three swimming pools and a private lagoon with plush beach lounges
  • The 12 restaurants and bars means there are plenty of options for your next meal or drink
  • Free WiFi
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An all-inclusive stay at a decadent five-star Abu Dhabi hotel, with a private lagoon, Gulf views and fine dining

The Lowdown

A rising star in holiday hotspots, Abu Dhabi – the UAE’s capital – is on-track to become the cultural gem of the mesmerising Middle East, with both a Louvre and Guggenheim gallery set to open within the next two years. Already, the city’s character is one of ultra-chic boutique hotels, fine restaurants, day spas and beach clubs and the five-star Sheraton Abu Dhabi Hotel & Resort fits right in.
This luxurious hotel does more than accommodate: it stuns through pristine interiors, a beautiful plam tree-lined pool, amphitheatre-built outdoor lounge, and guestrooms oozing with romantic elegance and refinement, placing it firmly above the rest. Wake up to floods of natural light in your room, before making your way to one of 12 bars and restaurants for a true culinary journey. Make the most of its three swimming pools, private lagoon dotted with beach loungers, and the massage and treatment services.
With all this onsite, you may not ever want to leave the glamorous resort – but should you decide to, you’ll have Abu Dhabi’s historical sights and vibrant attractions right on your doorstep, from the pearly white Sheikh Zayed Mosque and 18th-century Qasr al-Hosn to Ferrari World Abu Dhabi, Gold Souk and plenty of luxurious shopping malls.

How to Get There

Sheraton Abu Dhabi Hotel & Resort
Corniche Road
Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates



We were gifted a holiday to Abu Dhabi by my inlaws. We did not stay in the Sheraton unfortunately but We did you the day pass for pool and leisure centre access. I have nothing but praise for this hotel. It is most definitely 5 Star. The hotel itself is spotless, beautifully decorated and in a great location. Every morning we had a delicious coffee in the Nespresso Cafe located in the lobby area. There is a wide variety of delicious pastries to also choose from. Every morning the reception team greeted us with a smile as we walked passed on our way to the pool area. The pool area itself is fabulous. It also has a beach with glorious white sand, stunning sun loungers and complimentary beach towels which may I add are great quality and smell great. We were greeted every morning by Jacob, who is the most pleasant man I have met. He is not only professional but greets you with a warm and open smile. He is an asset to this hotel, and I truly believe he should be teaching his guest relations beliefs to new staff members. Thank you Jacob for just being you. I also have to mention the two wonderful gentlemen. At the pool side bar who also greeted us with a smile and hello every morning. These men worked hard, if they were not cleaning, they were ensuring the surrounding areas were clean and tidy. I was never left waiting for service and they remembered where we sat each day. Today our usual beds were occupied and Ajith came to us to advise us the beds were now free once the other couple had left. That is service at its best. We had lunch by the pool every day, the menu has a great selection, and the food itself is delicious, thank you to the chefs. Samil at the pool bar today wished us a safe trip home and he couldn’t have been more helpful. These two men are fantastic. If I were to own a hotel, I would go above and beyond to have them on my team. I hope these three men are acknowledged for their excellence. They really did make our trip so much better. Would also like to mention the life guards, who cleaned the pool after the storm which I could see was a difficult task. They were always on alert and truly took their job seriously. One last mention is for Mr Joseph Ecat, this gentleman is a pleasure to deal with. I emailed him enquiring about a day pass a few weeks before our trip and he replied with all the information I needed. He is very efficient and quick with his replies. Thank you Sheraton Abu Dhabu for hiring only the best staff and providing fantastic surroundings. Ye made our holiday. Simone & David

A pleasant one night stay

Checked in to this property for a business purpose with fullboard accommodation. Unfortunately, didn't have a chance to do some laundry there. But, overall impression was excellent. Room is spacious, clean, with more than enough amenities. Food choices (dinner and breakfast) were great and tasty as well. A very nice and well maintained (though age is apparent) hotel.

Honest review.

Poor housekeeping - large towel on first day, none for the rest of the holiday, One robe one day two the next. Had to ask for slippers. Flannels for the first few days of the holiday and then none for the rest.
Majority of staff no smiles except the odd few.
Gluten free options are poor for breakfast. They do offer gluten free bread which isn’t the best. Egg station man could simply not cook eggs.
Beautiful beach with double bed cabanas - b lounge lunch menu reasonable prices and drinks reasonable. (Again very little for Gluten free choice) would benefit massively if the Blounge staff came round and offered drinks and lunch to the beds.
Great WiFi
Air air con great in rooms.
Larger than king size beds with lovely pillows.
Half board limited choice for restaurants. Flavours which is the buffet and then mamma and sombrero. Both strange, no atmosphere. Staff only seem to clean and reset tables rather than actually serve the customers that are there. You have to order from the half board menu and they do not offer a set amount to be able to top up off the al a carte menu which I think is a shame.
There is a Lebanese restaurant on site which the hotel says is nothing to do with them which I find hard to believe. Highly recommend going here as it was the best food I ate all holiday. Greek/Turkish if you’re not familiar with Lebanese.
Went over the the sister hotel le meridian and completely different vibe there for evenings. Would recommend getting the free bus over for a change. You can use the Italian restaurant there on a half board menu.
Would return for the beach but wouldn’t go half board and would eat out.