Anantara Eastern Mangroves Abu Dhabi
The majestic architecture of this beautiful hotel sprawls along the waterfront, overlooking the exotic mangrove lagoon. Surrounded by nature and tranquility, a visit to Anantara Eastern Mangroves is an escape and yet, the excitement and bustle of the city is within easy reach. The high, arched ceilings soar overhead as guests stroll through the hotel’s hallways, and beautiful lavish decor enchants within the luxurious rooms and suites. Diners can indulge in international cuisine from the all-day buffet or sample Asian delicacies at the renowned Thai restaurant. Sitting poolside with a cocktail, on the roof at sunset, or enjoying afternoon tea, guests will never want for refreshments and with a range of state-of-the-art facilities, they can remain as active or pampered as they please.
Why We Love This Hotel
Location: Right on the waterfront, the Anantara Abu Dhabi benefits from view of the exotic mangroves as well as all the excitement of the city.
Services: From the attentive staff throughout the hotel’s bars and restaurants to the well informed concierge and the highly trained therapists in the spa, guests will be well taken care of.
History: From opulent Arabic architecture to the authentic cuisine, the Anantara pays homage to the long tradition of Emirati hospitality.
- Hotel Group
- Abu Dhabi, UAE
- Hotel Type
- Location Type
- 24hr Room Service
- Business Center
- Fitness Center
- Meeting/conference Facilities
- Multilingual Staff
- Poolside Bar
- Safety Deposit Boxes
- Wi-Fi In Public Areas
With more than 200 rooms, each with a view over the city or mangroves, the Anantara offers comfort and style with high spec amenities and lavish decor that pays homage to the Emirati culture.
Anantara Mangroves Pool suite
Elegantly designed, these ground floor suites include king bedroom and a separate living space, which extends outside to the private pool, where guests are ensconced in nature, surrounded by mangroves.
Deluxe Mangrove Balcony room
In peaceful, earthy tones with colorful accents, these rooms feature a furnished balcony with views over the mangroves, sumptuous linens atop king sized beds and indulgent bathrooms with rain showers.
Kasara Mangrove Suite
This spacious, unique suite on the fourth floor includes a sprawling living space and separate master bedroom as well as a private balcony with stunning view. Creature comforts include a Nespresso machine and entertainment center.
Guests at the Anantara Eastern Mangroves will want for nothing thanks to the comprehensive amenities, from the pool, fitness center and spa, to the high spec business center.
Busy guests can keep up to date with their work in the well equipped hub, which features high-speed WiFi, fax, printer and copier. Meanwhile, the ballroom and breakout rooms are perfect for conferences of any size.
The perfect place to relax and unwind, guests can lounge on comfy daybeds, beneath shady palm leaves, enjoy drinks from the bar or take a dip in the refreshing waters, all while enjoying views of the lagoon.
Perfect for picking up little souvenirs and keepsakes for loved ones at home, the retail shop also stocks a range of toiletries to ensure that guests never find themselves caught short of any travel essentials.
With a range of facilities and treatments from the far east to the western world, every type of indulgence is available at the Anantara Spa. Tranquil therapy rooms, steam and saunas and a traditional Turkish hamman are among the treats in store.
This fitness hub features state-of-the-art equipment, a studio space for classes and a ladies-only gym, to ensure guests can maintain their exercise regime. There is a juice bar on-site for extra fuel.
From al fresco dining and drinks by the pool, to afternoon tea or cocktails on the roof, not to mention the all-day buffet and royal Thai cuisine, the Anantara has everything to keep hunger and thirst at bay.
With stunning views of the city, this rooftop lounge offers a place to unwind with indulgent cocktails and tasty snacks. The calming lighting and sultry soundtrack converge to set the mood perfectly.
Guests can enjoy elegant, all-day dining at this highly-regarded international buffet. Breakfast, lunch and dinner are available from five kitchens and the choices are endless, from fresh sushi to Arabian bread.
East meet west in the elegant decor of the peaceful mangrove lounge. Guests can sip on cocktails and indulge with snacks or take afternoon tea while gazing out over the pool and surrounding lagoon.
Amidst the rich purples and opulent golden hues of royal Siam, diners enjoy authentic cuisine from the open kitchen at the best Thai restaurant in Abu Dhabi. The aromas are entrancing and the flavors enchanting.
The Pool Deck
Guests find respite from the Arabian sun, lounging under shades, with their toes in the water. Refreshing frozen cocktails and a Mediterranean inspired menu are sure to delight and satisfy.
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