Eid Al Adha package at Anantara Eastern Mangroves Hotel

Guests can enjoy discounts on dining and spa experiences

Eid Al Adha package at Anantara Eastern Mangroves Hotel includes discounts on dining and spa experiences
Eid Al Adha package at Anantara Eastern Mangroves Hotel includes discounts on dining and spa experiences

This Eid Al Adha, Anantara Eastern Mangroves Abu Dhabi Hotel is offering an all-inclusive staycation package.

The hotel features 222 guest rooms and is situated on the banks of a mangrove lagoon.

The package allows guests to enjoy a variety of cuisines for breakfast, lunch and dinner with the buffet served at the Ingredients restaurant for a discounted rate.

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Visitors can leverage unlimited house beverages across all pool deck restaurants upon check-in. This offer is available from 3pm till 11pm on the same day and from 10am till 12pm the next day.

Watersports and wellness facilities at Anantara Spa are also on offer.

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