Etihad offering free hotel stay on UAE stopovers

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Abu Dhabi’s Etihad Airways is encouraging travellers to make the most of a flying visit to the emirate.

The airline is offering one night’s free accommodation at the Radisson Blu hotel, right in the thick of the action on Yas Island, to all customers stopping over in the capital on trips from the Middle East, Africa and Pakistan.

Airline bosses hope the deal, which runs until September 15, will encourage people to take in the sights of Abu Dhabi, even if they are only staying for a short amount of time.

Mohammad Al Bulooki, Etihad Airways executive vice president commercial, said: “Etihad Airways is delighted to invite guests to experience Abu Dhabi for themselves. The capital of the United Arab Emirates has so much to offer all types of travellers, whether they are after culture, a beach break or sports and adventure.

“As the national airline, Etihad Airways is an integral part of this incredible city and those who transit through Abu Dhabi should be encouraged by us to experience it. This offer is for guests to make time to explore the many attractions Abu Dhabi has to offer during their stopover.

"The beautiful desert; a visit to the spectacular Sheikh Zayed Grand Mosque – among the world’s biggest; a tour of the many attractions on Yas Island, or sampling the emirate’s world class hotels and restaurants are all part of the Abu Dhabi experience.”

By Christopher Maxwell
Time Out Abu Dhabi,

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