Hyatt opens world's furthest leaning hotel in Abu Dhabi

Hyatt Hotels Corporation announces the official opening of Andaz Capital Gate Abu Dhabi

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Hyatt Hotels Corporation  has officially opened the Andaz Capital Gate Abu Dhabi, turning the "Leaning Tower of Abu Dhabi" into the first Andaz hotel in the Middle East.

Andaz Capital Gate Abu Dhabi occupies floors 18 to 33 within the Capital Gate building and is the world's furthest leaning hotel at an 18-degree incline, Hyatt said in a statement.

Represented in destinations including London, New York, Tokyo and Shanghai, Hyatt said its luxury lifestyle brand celebrates distinctively local culture.

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The hotel offers 189 rooms and suites which have been designed to exude a sense of warm Arabian hospitality including bespoke Andaz Loungewear created by local designer Essa Walla.

Dining options include 18 Degrees and The Lounge while the hotel also offers the Rayana Spa.

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