Anantara Eastern Mangroves partners with DCT on summer campaign

Guests will have access to theme parks, cultural landmarks and water-based activities as part of the campaign

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Anantara Eastern Mangroves has partnered with the Department of Culture and Tourism Abu Dhabi (DCT) and Experience Hub to promote the UAE capital over the summer. 

Through these partnerships, hotel guests will have access to three theme parks - Warner Bros World Abu Dhabi, Ferrari World Abu Dhabi and Yas Waterworld - as well as Yas Marina Circuit, Yas Links, and more than 160 dining options. 

Guests can also opt for kayaking sessions through the mangroves and water activities at Yas Beach, or visit cultural landmarks such as Sheikh Zayed Grand Mosque, Saadiyat Island, Reem Island, and Louvre Abu Dhabi. 

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Anantara Eastern Mangroves general manager Khaled Sharabassy said: “We have been on a mission to evolve what Anantara Eastern Mangroves offers today and this year’s summer campaign marks a new era for the hotel.

Today’s traveller wants to feel like they’ve experienced the DNA of the destination they are visiting and make the most of their trip. With the help from our local partners, we are committed to giving travelers something a little bit unexpected every step along their journey.

“Our summer package was inspired by the idea that every trip can be a tale. Our approach is based on consumer insight and invites global and local guests to make the most out of every stay.

Through our various partnerships, travellers enjoy a glimpse into Abu Dhabi’s storied neighbourhoods, highlighting the style, eats and beats of the capital”.

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