New beach club to open at St. Regis Abu Dhabi

Soon-to-launch Corniche hotel includes The Nation Riviera Beach Club

The St. Regis Abu Dhabi Corniche will open in December 2012, slightly later than planned
The St. Regis Abu Dhabi Corniche will open in December 2012, slightly later than planned

The St. Regis Abu Dhabi Corniche hotel, due to open in December of this year, will include a dedicated beach club called The Nation Riviera Beach Club. 

"We will open a spectacular beach club connected to the hotel by a private air-conditioned tunnel underneath the Corniche," general manager Oliver Key told Hotelier Middle East.

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"We expect this will attract the active leisure traveller that not only wishes to explore everything that Abu Dhabi has to offer but also wants to relax within a world-class beach club facility," he added.

Spread across a 200m beachfront, The Nation Riviera Beach Club will have two restaurants, a large pool with a swim-up bar and grill, and a kids club. 

 

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