• Deluxe Room

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  • Executive Suite

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    Two rooms (1 bedroom + 1 living room): 1 king size bed or 2 single beds (if required 2 single beds can be added). Room includes air conditioning, bathroom amenities, cable/satellite TV, Tea/Coffee maker, En-suite/private bathroom, iron & ironing board, mini refrigerator, safe in room, hair dryer, telephone, 2 single sofas, dining table in living room with 4 chairs, Prayer mat and Holy Quran.

    • Free cancellation before 29 July
    • Taxes inclusive
    • 24 hour confirmation
  • Family Room

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    Room facilities:Air Conditioning, Balcony, Bath Tub, Bathroom, Hair Dryer, LCD TV, Mini Bar, Prayer Rug, Qibla direction, Quran, Shower, Telephone, Wi-Fi

    Room size:41 m² / 441 sq ft

  • Premium Suite

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    Room facilities:Air Conditioning, Balcony, Bath Tub, Hair Dryer, Jacuzzi, LCD TV, Mini Bar, Prayer Rug, Qibla direction, Quran, Safe Box, Shower, Telephone, Wi-Fi

    Sea View room with one bedroom and one living room. Room offers a french double bed, balcony, tea kettle, bathroom with a Jacuzzi- bathtub, a shower cabin, hair-dryer, TV, Mini-bar, Air-conditioner, Safe, Telephone, Qibla direction, Koran, prayer rug, Wi-Fi.

    Room size:55 m² / 592 sq ft

  • Standard Room

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    Room facilities:Air Conditioning, Balcony, Bath Tub, Bathroom, Hair Dryer, LCD TV, Mini Bar, Prayer Rug, Qibla direction, Quran, Shower, Telephone, Wi-Fi

    Room size:26 m² / 280 sq ft


  • Our Ratings: 4 stars
  • Board Basis: Room only
  • Location: Khalifa Bin Zayed Al Awwal Street, Al Ain, U.A.E
  • Closest Airports:
    1) Al Ain International Airport (AAN), 18 km (20 minutes distance)
    2) Dubai International Airport (DXB) 138 km (1 hour, 25 minutes distance)
    3) Abu Dhabi International Airport (AUH), 150 km (1 hour, 35 minutes distance)
    4) Sharjah International Airport (SHJ), 155 km (1 hour, 40 minutes distance)

An Outline

Ayla Hotel is centrally located in Al Ain City next to Ayla Business Complex. It offers contemporary guest rooms, specious suites and large ballroom.Rooms feature flat-screen TVs and modern furnishings with Arabic elements.

Ayla’s restaurant allows guests to enjoy International Buffet with various Theme Nights, while refreshments are offered in Tamra Café and rooftop Chill out lounge – Sky5.For those who wish to explore the area, Ayla features a tour desk and a car rental service. Al Ain National Museum is a 5-minute drive away.

Meal Board:

Prices are room based. Breakfast is served at extra charges.


Located in the heart of the city, at a strategic position close to all main Al Ain sites.

Nearby Entertainment:

Jebel Hafeet, Al Ain Camel Market, Al Ain Palace Museum, Al Ain Zoo.

Travel and Distance:

20 minutes distance from Al Ain International Airport.


In the hotel…

  • Health club
  • Restaurants
  • Swimming pool (ladies timings)
  • Sauna
  • Steam room
  • Jacuzzi
  • Massage
  • Wi-Fi
  • Gym
  • Parking
  • Business center.

In the room…

  • Wi-Fi
  • TV
  • Minibar
  • hairdryer
  • Coffee and tea maker
  • Iron and ironing board
  • In room safe

Halal Amenities

All the food within hotel premises is halal. The hotel has a fully non-alcoholic Halal Atmosphere with all food and beverages within hotel premises being halal.

  • Ayla Restaurant:  An all day dining restaurant serving continental breakfast with international lunch and dinner.
  • Tamra Cafe : An upmarket Tea Lounge and traditional Arabic undertones serving coffee, deserts and aromatic tea concoctions.

Cancellation / Prepayment

If cancelled or modified within 3 days before check-in date, no fee will be charged.
If cancelled or modified after 3 days, full price will be charged.


  • ATM Machine Nearby
  • Baby sitting (on request)
  • Car Parking
  • Conference and meeting facilities
  • Currency exchange
  • Gym
  • Jacuzzi
  • Massages
  • Sauna
  • Steam Room
  • Wi-Fi

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Al Ain

Al Ain

Amidst the desert, Al Ain presents a dazzling setting of being overlooked by a tremendous mountain Jebel Hafeet along with vigorous greenery and luxuriant oasis. It is situated closely to Abu Dhabi city. Settled since almost 3000 BC, historically Al Ain is one of world’s oldest inhibit civilizations.  The city is abundant in picture perfect forts.

Al Ain is known as the ‘Garden City’ mainly because of its lush greenery. It is famous and known for its beautiful palm groves and soothing natural springs which is why it is also called the ‘Inland Oasis City’. It borders with Oman on the Easters side.

Remains of tombs are present on the old mountain Jebel Hafeet, whose peak towers the city and gives a tremendous overview. Al Hili Archeological Park and the Central Al Ain National Museum display the remains of the old and rich age of Al Ain’s heritage. ‘Jebel Hafeet Desert Park’ or ‘Meyzad Desert Park’ includes Mount Hafeet and the old beehive tombs.

Al Ain as a city experiences a hot desert like climate which features extremely long and hot summers along with warm winters.

Sports & Adventure

Sports & AdventureWadi Adventure, an amusement park of its own kind, built at the foothills of Jebel Hafeet gives you a wonderful experience of water sports with the region’s white water rafting, surfing, kayaking, wall climbing and much more.Al Ain’s Raceway and Burn Rubber is Arabia’s largest fast track which gives you a taste of go-karting track.Camel Racing is also something not to be missed while staying in Al Ain. Camel riding is a centuries old sports in United Arab Emirates. Regular races are hosted in a 10 kilometer track which provides a rare slice of opportunity of the traditional Emirati culture. Golden or white "Anafi" breed and black or brown "Boushahri" breeds of camels are used for racing due to their slender physique.

Things to do

Emirate’s highest peak, UAE’s second, is situated in Al Ain. Jebel Hafeet, giving a breathtaking view of the entire city, is a rocky height rising to 1,240 meters which dominates the city.Al Ain’s cool and shady oasis, something Al Ain is known and famous for, is a must see along with an old Fajal irrigation system which is 3,000 year old and last but not least the camel market which provides a local taste of Al Ain’s local traditional taste – one of the very few of its kind left. Horse and buggy ride tours are offered for the oasis.Al Ain’s Zoo, opened in 1969, houses over 4,000 animals. The zoo is mainly famous for its research facilities which not only provides rehabilitation but also breeding programs for the endangered species. Al Ain Zoo also provides many activities which include camel riding, ‘Elezba’ petting and feeding the animals. Green spaces are provided for playgrounds and picnics.  The zoo’s latest venture is ‘Al Ain Safari’ which includes a train or truck tour of the entire wildlife area. The zoo accommodates a cafeteria as well.Gulf’s oldest theme park, Al Hili Fun City (an archeological park as whole) is an easy and cheap way to enjoy your days out to a full extent, with an entry pass as less as AED 40 (US$ 11).Al Ain’s major shopping malls include Al Ain Mall (town centre), Al-Jimi Mall (Al-Jimi District), Bawadi Mall (Al-Khrair District), Remal Mall (Sanaiya district), and Hili Mall (Hili District). These shopping malls not only provide modern and trendy items but also traditional souvenirs. Coffee shops, restaurants and especially Shisha Cafes are exceptionally popular among the tourists visiting for an all Arab adventure.

Culture and History

Culture and HistoryAl Jahili Fort, now restored, is one of its most historic buildings, constructed in 1891 in order to defend the city, is also a place of exhibition of the British adventurer Sir Wilfred Thesiger’s work and his crossings of the Rub Al Khali deserts in 1940s. Al Qattara Fort has been redeveloped to home a dazzling arts gallery and offers spaces for variety of art workshops in its walls.Al Ain’s National Museum consists of three main sections, which are archeology, ethnography and gifts which give an overview of the UAE life. Bedouin jewelry and traditional musical instruments of old times are also exhibited there.Al Ain Palace Museum, Sultan Bin Zayed Fort, the home of late Sheikh Zayed Bin Sultan the UAE founder, exhibits collection about the ruling family and their life. Once occupied by the ‘Father of the Nation’ the entire palace has been preserved to be toured extensively. It is also rumored that Al Ain was the birth place of the late founder. The museum does a good job in bringing the history, culture and heritage of the royal family along with that of UAE alive.Al Ain also accommodates an old mosque, which could be the oldest mosque in the entire country in the premises of ‘Sheikh Khalifa Mosque’ also known as the ‘Sheikh Khalifa Bin Zayed Al Nahyan Mosque’ or ‘Al Ain Grand Mosque’. Currently the ‘Sheikha Salama Mosque’ is the largest mosque in the country.

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