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Jumeirah In Abu Dhabi

Sergey Dolya • 4 minutes read • March 22nd, 2016
Jumeirah at Etihad Towers is a modern business hotel with expansive views of the Arabian Gulf. It is a part of the famous 5 tower complex in 

Abu Dhabi

. An intriguing detail of the hotel are the floor-to-ceiling windows in every bedroom and bathroom, giving visitors an unobstructed view of the Gulf and city. 

The Jumeirah was opened in the Fall of 2011 in one of the towers of the Etihad Towers complex in 

Abu Dhabi city:



The parking garage is located under the building of the complex:

The reception boasts decorations such as the huge circular chandeliers seen below:

If you look closely, the ball shape is actually formed by hundreds of threaded crystals:

Each elevator is encrusted with semiprecious stones and decorated with its own unique design, making them all different:

There is an observation deck in the Abu Dhabi towers, where you can clearly see the presidential palace:

The artificial island on the Abu Dhabi coast:

The Emirates Palace Hotel is in the foreground and behind you can see the new presidential palace:

View of the city Abu Dhabi:

In the background, out of sight, there is a bridge to the artificial island. It was built before the structures on the island were erected, thus the name 'Bridge to Nowhere'. For a long time people visited the island for picnics, but it is now closed to the public:

The beach and swimming pools of Jumeirah:

The 'Pearl' restaurant was opened by an English chef with two Michelin stars:

Of course, only the finest in haute cuisine is served:

Such as lobster salad:

Cod and scallops:

White chocolate candle and raspberry sorbet for dessert:

Banana parfait:

Hotels in Dubai

 are resorts in style, designed primarily to provide rest and relaxation, while in Abu Dhabi you will find mainly business hotels:

Designed to provide all the resources a businessman or woman may need:

Conference room:

The Presidential Suite occupies the entire top floor and is divided into two rooms. You have the option of renting the whole floor or just half the room:

While the bedrooms are very large, the Presidential Suite also boasts three spacious living rooms that can each accommodate up to 12 people:

The bedroom combines dark colors with expansive natural light from the floor-to-ceiling windows:

And this is an example of a standard room in the hotel: 

It consists of two rooms, each with floor-to-ceiling windows:

The bathroom:
Author: Sergeydolya
Source: sergeydolya.livejournal.com
Translated by: Gian Luka

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