Abu Dhabi welcomes plush new all-inclusive hotel

Rixos Saadiyat Island boasts ten cool restaurants and bars

Abu Dhabi welcomes plush new all-inclusive hotel

Abu Dhabi is set to welcome a gorgeous new all-inclusive hotel – and it looks ultra-luxurious.

Rixos Saadiyat Island will be open to the public on October 15 and boasts 378 plush rooms and villas as well as its own private beach.

Guests will pay a set fee to enjoy the stunning hotel and its amenities, which includes ten cool restaurants and bars.

You can indulge in the finest Turkish cuisine at Turquoise, Italian classics at L’Olivo and sushi at Japanese restaurant Aja.

If that wasn’t enough, the hotel has its own water park complete with wave pool for all ages and a children’s aqua park to keep the little ones happy. 

And then there’s the soothing Rixos Saadiyat Island’s Spa, inspired by the age-old wellness customs of Turkey.

The new hotel is part of the Rixos Hotels group, which has all-inclusive resorts across the world, including Dubai, Turkey, Egypt and Europe.

Fettah Tamince, founder and chairman of Rixos Hotels, said: “We are thrilled to be expanding Rixos Hotels into Abu Dhabi, showcasing our first all-inclusive, all-exclusive resort in the capital.

“We hope to show visitors from around the world how to create a fully integrated resort that delivers ultra-luxury, innovation in cuisine and the highest standards of service.

“We are extremely proud of our new resort and of the team, we can’t wait to mark a new chapter in our expansion and welcome guests to Rixos Saadiyat Island.”

The hotel’s opulent interior is inspired by the palaces of the Ottoman Empire, with dazzling styles reflecting gem stone shades of green, blue and turquoise throughout.

A string of beach bars, tea and shisha lounges add an extra dimension for guests, including the super exclusive Club House, reserved for guests of the 12 three- and four-bedroom villas.

And, of course, it will feature all the usual amenties you would expect from such a high end hotel.

Facilities include a state-of-the-art gym, Rixy Kids Club and a range of in-resort activities  from sunset paddle boarding to yoga on the sand.

It sounds like Abu Dhabi’s luxury hotel market is heating up.

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