Anantara's Qasr Al Sarab adds 10-villa complex

Royal Pavillion villas features separate spa and restaurant

A Royal Pavilion Villa at Qasr Al Sarab.
A Royal Pavilion Villa at Qasr Al Sarab.

Abu Dhabi's Qasr Al Sarab Desert Resort by Anantara has launched a 10-villa complex called the Royal Pavillion Villas by Qasr Al Sarab.

Each villa features a 47-inch flat screen, slim line LCD screens in the bedroom and lounge areas, Bose Lifestyle Sound Systems in lounge, Bose blue tooth capable iPod docks and alarms with bedside wireless volume and snooze control.

Bathroom amenities from luxury brands such as Elemis and Shiffa, personalised bathrobes with guest initials and butler pantry, as well as individual villa BBQ’s designed by Australian chef and restaurateur Neil Perry.

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Commenting on the launch, newly appointed general manager Patrick Both said: “It is with great excitement that we launch the Royal Pavilion Villas. The main pavilion with its own restaurant, lounge, spa and a terrace offering breathtaking views is the ideal venue for special occasions, whether an intimate celebration or marriage proposal, to luxury family getaways or small weddings where the entire villa collection can be hired for one group.

"The Royal Pavilion Villas offer a truly unique experience in the heart of the Abu Dhabi desert.”

Other facilities at the resort include a 24-hoour workout room, and a spa with private relaxation terraces. 

Villa guests will be entitled to airport transfers via private limousine or helicopter and will be greeted with a traditional UAE falcon experience upon arrival. 

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