$15,000 per night hotel suite opens in Abu Dhabi

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Eastern Mangroves Hotel & Spa by Anantara has opened the 10-bedroom, AED 55,000 a night Royal Mangroves Residence, which it claims is the largest suite in Abu Dhabi.

Situated on the top two floors of the hotel, the Royal Mangroves Residence comprises up to 2455 square metres of duplex living space with altering sizes from three to 10 king sized en-suite bedrooms depending on the guest’s needs, as well as offering uninterrupted views over the hotel’s 1.2 km stretch of protected mangroves reserves.

“The Royal Mangroves Residence personifies true Anantara luxury. The inauguration of this suite was intentionally planned to be a separate launch from the recent hotel opening, bringing our inventory to 222-rooms. We wanted the news to stand out for such an exclusive product, which is the jewel to Eastern Mangroves Hotel & Spa crown and also a very new addition to the opulent hospitality market in the Middle East,” commented Eastern Mangroves Hotel & Spa hotel manager Nehme Darwiche.

The suite comes equipped with a rooftop terrace garden and sundeck, a 60m² private infinity pool with a swim-up pool bar and a BBQ entertainment area.

The residences also features its own private entrance and dedicated lift and features a separate living area, study, kitchenette, common lounge area, a walk-in closet, butler’s pantry, rain showers and oversized free-standing terrazzo bathtubs with panoramic views of the mangroves and an entertainment system spanning two floors.

During their stay, guests of the Royal Mangroves Residence also have exclusive access to the Kasara executive lounge, a limousine service with Wi-Fi, private chef, mixologist, as well as a 24-hour butler service and a massage and beauty therapist.

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Posted by: Telcoguy

The $15,000 includes 10 double bedrooms in a top hotel, so yes it is expensive but works well if you are traveling with a large group (think of diplomatic mission traveling to the capital city of the UAE) that requires a certain level of privacy. Or a small gathering of friends/relatives

As a reference, hotels in Dubai at the peak time were 900-1,000 USD if my memory serves me well, just for a normal room with nothing special at the Grosvenor House, this is far from outrageous

Or try to book a room in Barcelona for the MWC and then come back and tell us what is the asking price

This is an offering that most people will have no need of, but for those that need it it may be a very attractive proposition. I guess most people do not need to deal with travel expenses very often

Posted by: Thoughtful

How strange this world of ours.... That some, through no merit of theirs are lost in a never ending quest of lifes most exclusive luxuries, whereas some through no fault of theirs are lost in a never ending quest of lifes most basic neccessities?

Posted by: simon

Wow! very well summed up...and apt.

Posted by: Mumeen

24 hours is too small to enjoy or even know of all available bounties. So, obviously a week's stay, at a cost of USD100,000 would perhaps be perfect for the royal guests.

Posted by: RBH

Money is very funny and always sunny in a rich man's world!

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