Two Radisson Blu hotels to open in Abu Dhabi

Both the Abu Dhabi Corniche and Al Ain properties are said to support the emirate’s ongoing investment as a tourist destination

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The new year sees the opening of two Radisson Blu hotels in Abu Dhabi. The Radisson Blu Hotel & Resort, Abu Dhabi Corniche and Radisson Blu Hotel & Resort Al Ain both play “a supporting role in the evolution” of the tourism sector in Abu Dhabi, says Tim Cordon, area senior vice president, Middle East and Africa, Radisson Hotel Group.

The Radisson Blu Hotel & Resort, Abu Dhabi Corniche features 327 rooms and suites nine restaurants, three swimming pools, a spa, fitness center and a beach club, along with 14 meeting rooms and two ballrooms.

The 2010-room Radisson Blu Hotel & Resort Al Ain includes a range of suites, villas and studios. There are also six restaurants, four bars, swimming pools, tennis courts, and a sauna and steam room.

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Khalid Anib, chief executive officer, Abu Dhabi National Hotels, said: “We’re pleased to lead our hotels into their next generation under the globally recognized Radisson Blu brand. Both hotels are undergoing extensive renovation works that will see them reach leading standards. Each hotel has its own distinct and attractive offering for both business and leisure segments. We’re confident that our guests will enjoy many memorable moments at our hotels, whilst discovering all that Abu Dhabi and Al Ain has to offer.”

The Radisson Hotel Group has eight hotel brands, and more than 1,400 hotels in operation and under development around the world.

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