Park Hyatt opens eco-friendly hotel in Abu Dhabi

 Park Hyatt Abu Dhabi Hotel and Villas has opened on Saadiyat Island.  The hotel, designed by New York-based architects Perkins Eastman and Singapore-based designers Wilson Associates, incorporates energy-efficient design techniques that meet LEED’s Silver standards.

The hotel boasts 306 rooms, suites and private villas that feature a separate balcony or terrace, offering views of Saadiyat Beach, the golf club or the hotel gardens.

Park Hyatt Abu Dhabi Hotel and Villas also has four restaurants, and conference and recreational facilities, including the Atarmia Spa, which is spread over two levels, as well as a swimming-pool and a relaxation area.

The property was developed by Abu Dhabi National Hotels.

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