Courtyard by Marriott World Trade Center, Abu Dhabi opens in the UAE

Global hotel brand Courtyard by Marriott opened the Courtyard by Marriott World Trade Center, Abu Dhabi, marking the first Marriott-endorsed hotel in the capital.

Adjoining the World Trade Center Mall and Souk, Courtyard by Marriott World Trade Center, Abu Dhabi is positioned for business travelers and tourist alike who are looking for a central base in the city.

All of the hotel rooms offer free wireless Internet and views of Abu Dhabi.


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For dining, the property features the Fifth Street Café, The Bistro, and the Up and Below rooftop bar, which will be opening soon.

For events, Courtyard by Marriott World Trade Center, Abu Dhabi has three meeting rooms, with 1,604 square feet of total meeting space. The meeting space with highest maximum capacity is Al Reem, able to accommodate 65 people. There are also breakout meeting rooms.

Other amenities include: a fitness center with cardiovascular equipment and free weights; and a heated outdoor swimming pool.

Richard Bleakley is the general manager of Courtyard by Marriott World Trade Center, Abu Dhabi.

Courtyard by Marriott has more than 950 locations in 38 countries and territories. It participates in the Marriott Rewards frequent travel program that allows members to earn hotel points or airline miles for every dollar spent during each stay.

Courtyard by Marriott has nearly 1,000 hotels worldwide and the brand celebrated its 30th anniversary in 2013. 

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