Le Méridien Abu Dhabi now a five-star property post renovation

The renovation includes a redesign of all guestrooms and suites

Le Méridien Abu Dhabi now a five-star property post renovation which comprised a redesign of all guestrooms and suites
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Le Méridien Abu Dhabi now a five-star property post renovation which comprised a redesign of all guestrooms and suites

Le Méridien Abu Dhabi has been re-instated as a five-star property by the Abu Dhabi Tourism & Culture Authority, after the hotel recently underwent a renovation.

Khalid Anib, chief executive officer of Abu Dhabi National Hotels said: “As a leading hospitality company, our strategy has always been to restore and modernise our existing hotels and I am pleased to see the outcome of the comprehensive renovation of Le Méridien Abu Dhabi.”

The property owner, Abu Dhabi National Hotels, has completed a reconstruction of the hotel which included a renovation of all 248 guestrooms, suites and public spaces.

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The restoration comprised an addition to the premises, namely the Le Méridien Hub, which is a contemporary hotel lobby.

Previously, the hotel was a four-star property. 

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