Jumeirah at Etihad Towers opens its doors in Abu Dhabi


Jumeirah at Etihad Towers opens its doors in Abu Dhabi

November 1, 2011 - Jumeirah at Etihad Towers, the first property by Jumeirah Group in Abu Dhabi, recently opened its doors to the world. The luxury hotel is located on the Arabian Gulf in the Ras Al Akhdar area of Abu Dhabi, which is close to the central business district and ministry compounds.

Consisting of 382 guestrooms and suites, 199 fully-serviced residences, 12 restaurants, bars and lounges, Talise Spa and one of the largest conference centres in Abu Dhabi, Jumeirah at Etihad Towers is furnished throughout in a modern contemporary design using rich materials including highly prized Italian marble, custom-designed hand-tufted carpets and photographic art works depicting life in Abu Dhabi during the 1960s from the private photographic collection of His Highness Sheikh Suroor bin Mohammed Al Nahyan.

Among the 12 restaurants, bars and lounges to operate within the property, two signature restaurants, Li Beirut and Quest, will offer a unique modern interpretation of Lebanese and Asian cuisine respectively, and will form a new social focal point for Abu Dhabi's culinary scene. The Talise Spa will also provide a unique relaxation experience with its fully contained treatment suites, Turkish hammam and Rasoul treatments.

Another major feature of the property is the Conference Centre, one of Abu Dhabi’s largest, which can accommodate up to 1,400 guests in a conference setting or 1,000 guests for a seated banquet dinner.

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