Hilton Capital Grand Abu Dhabi launched

Hilton Hotels & Resorts opened the Hilton Capital Grand Abu Dhabi following a refurbishment and rebranding program. The hotel joins the company's UAE portfolio and will add an additional 281 rooms to Hilton Worldwide's more than 3,000 UAE room total.

The hotel has a façade fo curved glass,and the property is located close to Abu Dhabi International Airport, the city's National Exhibition Centre, and is in the heart of Abu Dhabi's new Capital District. 

The property’s rooms range from the 377-square-foot Twin Superior Room to the 452-square-foot King Deluxe Room. Each has WiFi connectivity, 40-inch flat-screen TV, in-room safe, iron/iron board and individual controlled air conditioning.  Meanwhile, the suites range from the 752-square-foot one-bedroom suite to the 1,938-square-foot one-bedroom Presidential Suite. The suites similarly feature WiFi connectivity, 40-inch flat-screen TV, in-room safe, iron/iron board and individual controlled air conditioning.

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For the MICE market, Hilton Capital Grand Abu Dhabi has corporate facilities including a 700-capacity grand ballroom and separate 500-capacity function room, five meeting rooms, two boardrooms and a complimentary business center.

For leisure visitors, offerings include the spa, complete with 15 treatment rooms, sauna and whirlpool; a 24-hour fitness center; and an indoor and outdoor pool. There are seven different bars and restaurants, all serving a range of international cuisine and offering views of the city.

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