Swiss-Belhotel debuts in Abu Dhabi, launches Swiss-Belhotel Corniche

Swiss-Belhotel International announced the latest addition to its Middle East and global portfolio with the introduction of Swiss-Belhotel Corniche Abu Dhabi.

The 20-story Swiss-Belhotel Corniche Abu Dhabi offers sea views, and its 189 rooms and suites provide a mix of styles. Rooms start from 452 square feet and contain a seating area and desk, with a dual-line extension telephone, IDD and PC connections.

The property has three restaurants and cafes serving a selection of Middle Eastern and international cuisine.

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For events, Swiss-Belhotel Corniche Abu Dhabi has three meeting rooms and a ballroom that can host up to 300 guests.

The hotel's leisure facilities include a rooftop gym and a swimming pool.

The addition of Swiss-Belhotel Corniche Abu Dhabi brings Swiss-Belhotel International's portfolio in the Middle East up to 11 hotels and projects, following the most recent addition last year of Swiss-Belresort Ghantoot. The other operating hotels are Swiss Belhotel Seef, Bahrain, Swiss Belhotel Plaza Kuwait, and Swiss Belhotel Doha, Qatar. These will be joined by Swiss-Belinn Ghurbrah Oman, Swiss-Belhotel Riyadh, Swiss-Belboutique Riyadh, Swiss-Belhotel Stenden Doha, Grand Swiss-Belhotel Batumi Georgia and Swiss-Belhotel Erbil, Iraq by the end of 2016 for a total of eight hotels.

Swiss-Belhotel International currently has more than 125 hotels, resort and projects in its global portfolio. It has a presence in China, Vietnam, the Philippines, Indonesia, Malaysia, Thailand, Australia, New Zealand, Greece, Georgia, Kuwait, Qatar, Bahrain, Iraq, Oman, Saudi Arabia and United Arab Emirates.

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