Luxury hotels abound in Abu Dhabi, and close the prime region of Corniche you will find a broad range. The Emirates Palace is one of the top hotels in Abu Dhabi, offering luxurious Arab hospitality to visitors. There is a personal butler service in every room in the huge hotel. Everywhere there's gold; it's dusted on top of the Palace Cappuccino signature, served on a silver tray in the Le Café lobby. Le Royal Meridien Abu Dhabi is also close to the Corniche and welcomes tourists with a rooftop revolving restaurant with 360-degree views of the town.
You will discover the designated arts, heritage and cultural center Saadiyat Island between downtown and Abu Dhabi International Airport, home of the new Jean Nouvel Louvre Abu Dhabi. Saadiyat offers amazing public beaches, and while some hotels may have their own personal stretch of sand for guests, the exclusive Saadiyat Beach Club allows tourists to purchase a day pass to swim and play. Two luxury Saadiyat properties make the most of the charms of the island. The St. Regis Saadiyat Island Resort provides a choice of three outdoor swimming pools or its own private beach, while visitors enjoy the spacious rooms at the Park Hyatt Abu Dhabi Hotel & Villas, suites and villas with garden are also available.
Abu Dhabi is certainly synonymous with riches, but there are plenty of well-priced hotels for tourists, particularly if you're traveling outside the peak season, including staying close to the Corniche. InterContinental Abu Dhabi has a large private beach, while guests can enjoy marina views and a variety of in-house dining options, including the Belgian Café and restaurants in Brazil, Italy, Lebanon and seafood.
The Hilton Abu Dhabi has its own beach club with stunning views of the town and is a 15-minute drive from Marina Mall and Heritage Village. There are three pools, a sandy lagoon, and the Sheraton Abu Dhabi Hotel & Resort can arrange sunset cruises.