Novotel Abu Dhabi Al Bustan opens

Accor opened the Novotel Abu Dhabi Al Bustan, with Adagio to follow in quarter two of this year. 

Novotel Abu Dhabi Al Bustan has six food and beverage outlets including an all-day dining with live cooking stations, a steak house and Waves pool lounge, seven meeting rooms, a ballroom and recreation and wellness facilities. Dominique Mercier is GM of the hotel.

Novotel guestrooms include superior rooms and executive suites. To cater to business guests, each room will have an ergonomic work area, IDD telephone with voicemail, wired and wireless high speed internet access, laptop-sized safety box and connectivity panel.

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Seven meeting rooms featuring the latest audio-visual technology, a1050m² ballroom, indoor parking, themed coffee breaks and a dedicated events team will accommodate MICE visitors.

In addition to complimentary Wi-Fi throughout the hotel, there is a dedicated MAC web corner and a virtual Novotel Concierge in the lobby. Major business hubs and tourist attractions are at close proximity, such as Abu Dhabi National Exhibition Centre, Zayed Sport City, Sheikh Zayed Mosque and Abu Dhabi Golf Club. 

Novotel Abu Dhabi follows soon after Accor’s opening of a three-property development in Fujairah encompassing Novotel, Ibis and Adagio, and the grand opening of Novotel Dubai Al Barsha.

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