Hilton Worldwide is set to further strengthen its presence in the UAE following the signing of a management agreement with long standing associates, Bin Otaiba Investment Group, to introduce a new Hilton Hotels & Resorts hotel to Abu Dhabi’s iconic Saadiyat Island.
The 366-room new-build Hilton Abu Dhabi Saadiyat Island Resort will enjoy a prime location at Saadiyat Beach, one of seven distinct districts making up Saadiyat Island, a thoughtfully planned 27-km island development off the coast of the UAE capital, dedicated to fine living, culture and nature conservation.
The hotel is due to open end of 2015.
Rob Palleschi, global head, Hilton Hotels & Resorts said: “Hilton Hotels & Resorts continues to build on its strong foundation in the UAE and Abu Dhabi Saadiyat Island Resort is destined to be a worthy addition to our diverse portfolio of hotels across the country.”
Hilton Abu Dhabi Saadiyat Island Resort will command a superior beachfront location and offer a range of refined and stylish amenities characteristic of the upscale Hilton Hotels & Resorts brand.
Guests can enjoy a wealth of dining and leisure options including nine different restaurants and bars, a wide range of event and meeting facilities, a health club, an outdoor pool and an eforea: Spa at Hilton, Hilton Worldwide’s exclusive spa brand designed to blend distinctive holistic treatments with specialist products sourced from natural resources.
Masterminded by Abu Dhabi Tourism Development & Investment Company, Saadiyat Island is a multi-faceted flagship destination dedicated to bringing a range of distinct, memorable experiences to guests and visitors.
Saadiyat’s holistic collection includes pristine beaches, a cosmopolitan waterfront promenade and marina as well as the famous protected mangrove and wetland reserve sanctuary, home to the endangered hawksbill turtle.
Jewel in the crown of Saadiyat Island is the concentration of cultural assets which, when completed, will include Louvre Abu Dhabi, Guggenheim Abu Dhabi, a performing arts centre and the National Museum - all designed by award winning, Pritzker Architecture Prize winners.