As the capital of the UAE, a holiday in Abu Dhabi combines a 21st Century cityscape with traditional values and hospitality style. Magnificent skyscrapers and water parks rub shoulders with pristine gardens and palatial hotels and mosques. The cultural desert excursions are spectacular.
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Ramadan is estimated to be from 5th May–4th June 2019 (followed immediately by Eid). Ramadan is a festival like no other, and visiting during this period offers a fascinating insight into Emirati culture and religious traditions.
Ancient traditions live side-by-side with contemporary architecture and world record-breaking feats in Abu Dhabi. Constantly developing, renovating and changing, the city always has something new to offer. From its sun-kissed white beaches to an ultra-modern skyline, holidays in Abu Dhabi are where city trips and beach breaks come together.
Abu Dhabi is the UAE's showcase of glamour and luxury, and the its hotels are no different, famous for their extravagant interiors and world-class personal service.
When you take a holiday to Abu Dhabi, you're never far from the beach or one of the many inlets which criss-cross the city. From party beaches with bars and DJs to relaxing sunspots, there’s no shortage of coastline to choose from. And the breathtaking city skyline makes a slick setting for sunset.
If you're looking for something more adrenaline-fuelled, Abu Dhabi's got plenty to offer, from roller coasters for thrill-seekers to waterparks for a more relaxing choice.
Abu Dhabi's skyline is world-renowned, with the famous Corniche home to awe-inspiring modern skyscrapers, including the Sky Tower at over 1000 feet high. But look a little closer and you’ll find plenty of traditional Gulf-style buildings – should you want to discover the city’s traditional side.
An Abu Dhabi holiday is a tranquil way to discover the storied history of the United Arab Emirates and discover its ever-changing modern architecture and cityscapes. Book in at one of our Abu Dhabi hotels today.