Availability

  • Deluxe Suite

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    One bedroom with a separate fully equipped kitchen and dining area.

    • Free cancellation before 29 Jul
    • Taxes included
    • 24h confirmation
  • Royal Suite

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    Three bedroom; 2 bedrooms comes with a king sized bed and  rain shower and bathtub in each of them, 1 bedroom features twin size bed and rain shower, outdoor and indoor sitting area and fully equipped kitchen.

  • Suite (1-bedroom)

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    One bedroom suite with living room and sitting area, fully equipped kitchen, a rain shower and a bathtub.The suites come with Marina Terrace Suite or Marina Balcony Suite.

    • Free cancellation before 29 July
    • Taxes inclusive
    • 24 hour confirmation
  • Suite (2-bedroom)

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    Two bedroom suite with 1 double bed and 2 single beds, a living room and outdoor sitting area, fully fitted kitchen, a rain shower and a bathtub. Marina Terrace Suite or Marina Balcony Suite. Sea View Terrace Suite or Sea View Balcony Suite.

    • Free cancellation before 29 July
    • Taxes included
    • 24 hour confirmation

General

  • Our Rating: 5 star
  • Board Basis: Room Only.
  • Location: Salam street, Abu Dhabi, U.A.E
  • Nearest International Airports:
  1.  Abu Dhabi International Airport (AUH), 100 km (25 min)
  2. Dubai International Airport (DXB) (1 hour, 32 min)
  3. Sharjah International Airport (SHJ), 56 km (1 hour, 40 min)

 

 An Outline

Located along 1.2 km stretch of Abu Dhabi’s  beautiful and protected  waterfront Eastern Mangroves, Eastern Mangroves Suites by Jannah offers scenes of lush greenery at the edge of the Arabian Gulf. This hotel mainly features free Wi-Fi, a gym and an outdoor pool.Guests and residents will also be conveniently located next door to the Eastern Mangroves Hotel & Resort by Anantara and the Eastern Mangroves Promenade retail complex.

Meal Board:

Prices are based on Room Only. Breakfast, lunch and dinner are served at extra charges.

Location:

At the heart of the commercial business hub of Dubai Marina.

Nearby Attractions:

The Walk Marina, Jumeirah Souk, Emirates Golf Club, Ibn Battuta Mall, Mall of the Emirates, Ski Dubai, The Palm Jumeirah, Atlantis Hotel (Dolphins Bay, Aquaventure Waterpark and Aquarium). A mixed public beach in 5-10 minutes walking distance.Dubai Marina with its Motor Yacht Club is 200 meters away and Media City is no further than a 10-minute walk from the hotel Tamani Marina.

Transfer and distance:

30 mins transfer from Dubai International Airport, 2 mins walk to Dubai Marina and Internet City, walking distance to Dubai Metro.

Amenities

In the hotel…

  • Gym
  • Jacuzzi
  • Swimming pool
  • Indoor fitness facilities
  • Outdoor activities.
  • Wi-Fi.

In the room…

  • TV
  • Wi-Fi
  • Telephone,
  • Kitchen,
  • Living room,
  • Balcony or terrace,
  • Safety Deposit box.

 Nearby Attractions

Sheikh Zayed Grand Mosque, Abu Dhabi Corniche, Ferrari World Abu Dhabi, Yas Waterworld, Abu Dhabi Falcon Hospital, Saadiyat Island.

Travel & Distance

25 mins transfer from Abu Dhabi International Airport.

EXTRA SERVICES

Hotel Meal Supplements

Prices are for all guests

All food within hotel premises is halal. The hotel has fully non-alcoholic Halal Atmosphere with all food served within the hotel premises being halal in following restaurants:

  • Renowned Cafe Blanc: serves Lebanese cuisine
  • Johnny Rockets: serves American food
  • Peppermill: serves Indian cuisine
  • Starbucks: serves coffee, classic sandwiches and snacks

Cancellation / Prepayment

If cancelled or modified up to 3 days before check-in date, no fee will be charged.
If cancelled or modified later, 100% of price will be charged.

Facilities

  • Gym
  • Jacuzzi
  • Outdoor Activities

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Abu Dhabi

Abu Dhabi

Overview

Being one of the wealthiest cities in the world, Abu Dhabi is the lord of glimmer and a master at portraying the magnificence. Sketching white domed mosques on its canvas and blanketing dreamy deserts, this place is the quintessence of Arabia. Nonetheless, together with this fanciful sliver of the Gulf, the UAE capital has a more complaisant, ultramodern facade that is more than just superlatively exclusive.

Merging the tremendous and the brashest with the boldest and the wildest, Abu Dhabi is a hub of several of the world’s most electrifying new quests. It doesn’t matter if your finances might not be as stretchable as that of a local Sheikh’s you could still stop by at some of the city’s splendid spots and get to taste a billionaire’s regime for a while.

Sports & Adventure

Sports & Adventure

Karting and Motorsports
Whether you acquire the skill to master one of the most thrilling racing tracks around - the incredible Yas Marina Circuit; sharpen your abilities at the Al Ain Sportplex that has 1.6 km course of Arabia’s largest go-karting track; or enjoy in learning the nitty-gritties across Al Forsan’s four different tracks, Abu Dhabi proposes a diversity of motorsports for enthusiasts of every level.

Dune Bashing / Desert Safari
Grab an opportunity to adventure under the sun across the sands; capture spectacular sunsets as you wind down along the day and settle around the bonfire to relish the Arabian cuisines. Desert safaris feature sand dune smashing, quad biking, sand skiing, a stopover at a camel farm and camel riding. If you plan on staying overnight then that would turn into an even more exciting adventure under a starry sky.

Watersports
From Arabia’s first waterskiing, wakeboarding and knee boarding parks to the city’s first human manufactured kayaking, white water rafting and surfing amenity in the foothills of the grand Jebel Hafeet heights, UAE is a place for the watersports fanatic.

Zoom in further into the adventure zone if you wish to get thrilled by the destination to the most. Abu Dhabi has everything for every degree of adventure.

Things to do

Things to do

Initiating from Abu Dhabi's famed Corniche to the colossal dunes of the western expanse's Empty Quarter desert in Al Gharbia, culture and ethnicity, history and chronicles and adrenaline-rushing ventures are wrapped in the emirate.

Indulge in the appreciation architectural excellence of the Sheikh Zayed Grand Mosque; adore the serenity and harmony of a walk across Al Ain's calming oasis; feel the rush on the world’s fastest roller coaster; or stand in awe at the history illustrated by the ancient sites and historic forts, dotted through the city.

Whether you’re gaping at the ever-altering spectacles of Abu Dhabi whilst appreciating the emirate by air or sea or land, or letting in the authentic touch of genuine Arabia while laying beneath the stars on a desert safari or spending a fun day in retail therapy in one of the lavish malls, you will acknowledge that Abu Dhabi is an absolute recreational haven that will persuade you to come and make a holiday again and again.

Culture and History

Culture and History

Abu Dhabi's modest origins are challenging to excavate. Succeeding its oil spurt, the city has grown into a playing field for the Gulf’s rich and renowned. However, beyond the domino-like luxurious hotels and revolutionary shopping malls, it preserves captivating allures and a treasure cache of antiquated spice souks, old-fashioned dhows, desert camels and the date palm gardens. From this perception, it’s smooth to envisage the glorious Arabian intellectuals and fairy-tale idols making their dwelling here once more.

Abu Dhabi has a diversified and multiethnic society. The city's cultural impression as a small, ethnically consisting community began to evolve just as other national and ethnic crowds started to arrive here gradually – Iranians in the early 19th century and later Pakistanis and Indians.

The multicultural ambiance is gaining prominence at a gradual pace and therefore the city has an array of Western as well as Asian school systems and ethnic centers.

Abu Dhabi hosts scores of exhibitions every year in its most modern venues. The most prominent one is the Abu Dhabi National Exhibition Center, which attracts more than 1.5 million tourists each year.


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