Amazing Abu Dhabi staycation offer extended until the end of the year

Etihad’s promotion lets people check-in to a hotel in the capital for free during a layover

Amazing Abu Dhabi staycation offer extended until the end of the year

Who doesn’t love a free hotel stay?

This summer, people flying through Abu Dhabi can have a mini-holiday before their actual holiday with Etihad Airways’ amazing stayover deal.

Abu Dhabi’s airline announced last month that anyone flying with the airline over summer could enjoy a two-night stay in a five-star hotel absolutely free

Etihad Airways has extended the stayover deal until the end of the year so there’s even more opportunity to be checking-in to one of the capital’s best hotels for a break.

Travellers can take their pick from 15 hotels including the Intercontinental Abu Dhabi Dusit Thani Abu Dhabi, Courtyard by Marriott World Trade Center, Crowne Plaza Abu Dhabi and Radisson Blu Abu Dhabi Corniche Hotel & Resort.

It means anyone travelling through will have time to see some of the amazing sights in Abu Dhabi, such as the Sheikh Zayed Grand Mosque, Louvre Abu Dhabi and Qasr Al Watan, theme parks including Warner Bros. World Abu Dhabi, Ferrari World and Yas Waterworld and natural beauty spots like the Eastern Mangroves and Empty Quarter.

Etihad guests booking online should select a multi-city flight and will be directed to the stopover booking page once the booking is confirmed.

Guests then have the option to choose a hotel package with one of the many hotel partners operating the promotion.

If you’re looking for more on what to do in Abu Dhabi, here is our Quick Guide to city’s best attractions.

Prices vary. Valid on bookings made before December 1 flights until December 31.

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