Hilton Ras Al Khaimah completes refurb on villas

Each villa has access to the resort's amenities whilst being set back from the main hotel allowing for privacy

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Hilton Ras Al Khaimah Resort & Spa has completed an extensive refurbishment across its accommodation product seeing all its 151 villa rooms renovated.

"The launch of the newly enhanced villa rooms is a crowning touch to our Q1 and Q2 multi-million dirham refurbishment programme,” said hotel manager Ligia Brasoveanu in a statement.

The project also includes the introduction of new Levant-inspired Al Maeda restaurant set to open in Q2 and a Mediterranean influenced beach bar, the Sol Bar, which opened in Q1. 

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The refurbished villas consist of guest rooms, suites, one and two-bedroom options as well as the entire villa. They are suitable for families with direct access to the beach for the lower floors and views of the Arabian Gulf for the higher levels. Additional in room services include breakfast in bed and, for an additional charge, a private terrace barbecue as part of the guest experience. 

Each villa has access to the resort's amenities whilst being set back from the main hotel allowing for privacy. The décor complements the local surroundings with azure hints, and a minimalistic feel for added space.

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