Two UAE hotels on ‘2019 World’s Best Rooms’ list

Dubai and Abu Dhabi hotels featured on the list of 41 hotels worldwide.

The Four Seasons Hotel Abu Dhabi at Al Maryah Island.
The Four Seasons Hotel Abu Dhabi at Al Maryah Island.

The Four Seasons Hotel Abu Dhabi at Al Maryah Island and the One&Only Royal Mirage in Dubai have made it to the Forbes annual ‘World’s Best Hotels’ list for 2019.  

The two hotels are the only ones from the Middle East to have made the list of 41 rooms in 17 countries.

The rooms were reportedly scored on Forbes’ “exacting standards for luxury, comfort and convenience”

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The Four Seasons Hotel Abu Dhabi has 200 rooms and suites, while the One&Only Royal Mirage has three environments: The Palace, Arabian Court and Residence & Spa.

The country that had the most hotels on the list was the United States, which had 12 properties listed. 

Hotelier Middle East recently published its own list  of the  Top 50 Hotels in the Middle East

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