First trailer-style hotel in UAE now open in Hatta

The new luxury trailer and lodge accommodation on the Hajar Mountains opened earlier this month

Operators, Hatta, Hatta Damani Lodges, Tourism, Travel

Meraas has just launched a "first-of-its kind" trailer-style hotel.

The new luxury trailer and lodge accommodation on the Hajar Mountains opened earlier this month and is bringing a new level of camping to Dubai.

From AED250 per night, travellers can camp along the banks of the Hatta dams in a decked out trailer, each with their own terrace with couches and chairs to lounge in.

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The Hatta Sedr trailers also have a kitchenette attached for home-style cooking, while guests can also use the barbecue facilities and gather round the communal fire pit when it gets a bit nippy.

Also starting at AED250 a night are the Hatta Damani Lodges, each overlooking the Hatta Dam on three different levels on the mountain.

The new accommodations also come with a host of new activities at the Hatta Wadi Hub, close by to the lodges.

The hub offers “paid and free” experiences, including mountain bike rides, kayaking along the dam, axe throwing, freefall jumping off cliffs and twin zip-lining.

Hatta will also introduce “Hatta Drop-in”, a water jump park that features a crazy slide, drop-in donuts and more.

You can book your spot at the trailer or lodge at www.visithatta.com, or call 800 637227 for more information

The project all part of a ten-year Hatta Comprehensive Development Plan aimed at boosting the tourism and “advancing the social and economic development of the area,” according to Meraas.

The development of the region will continue, with further projects comprising of a variety of additional hospitality and retail developments.

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