Radisson opens two new Blus in Abu Dhabi

The Radisson Blu Hotel & Resort, Abu Dhabi Corniche has 327 guestrooms and suites. Photo credit: Radisson Hotel Group

Radisson Blu has opened two new hotels in Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates. 

“We’re pleased to lead our hotels into their next generation under the globally recognized Radisson Blu brand,” said Khalid Anib, CEO, Abu Dhabi National Hotels, in a statement. “Both hotels are undergoing extensive renovation work that will see them reach leading standards. Each hotel has its own distinct and attractive offering for both business and leisure segments.”

Commenting on the arrival of the upper-upscale Radisson Blu flag, Tim Cordon, area SVP, Middle East and Africa, Radisson Hotel Group, said, "Abu Dhabi continues to flourish as a destination, with significant investment going into demand generators for the tourism sector—from cultural landmarks to entertainment and leisure offerings. We’re proud to be playing a supporting role in this evolution.”

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The Radisson Blu Hotel & Resort, Abu Dhabi Corniche has 327 guestrooms and suites, nine restaurants, three swimming pools and a beach club. The meeting and events space can host events for 10 to 2,000 guests, with 14 meeting rooms, two ballrooms and outdoor facilities that include a private beach club for special events.

The Radisson Blu Hotel & Resort Al Ain is within the UAE’s Garden City and has 210 rooms, suites, villas and studios as well as six restaurants and four bars. The property also has 1,070 square meters of event space, including four meeting rooms and the Oasis Ballroom that can host 650 guests.

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