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Jumeirah Group has opened its first property in Abu Dhabi, Jumeirah at Etihad Towers.
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The luxury hotel boasts 382 rooms and 199 serviced residences, and will eventually have 12 restaurants.
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The luxury hotelier, which competes with brands such as Mandarin Oriental or Four Seasons, recently opened brand-managed hotels in Frankfurt, the Maldives and Shanghai.
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Jumeirah Group already has an extensive portfolio of properties in Dubai, such as the sail-shaped Burj Al Arab hotel and the Jumeirah Beach Hotel.
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Ray?s Bar is one of several restaurants and beverage outlets at the luxury Abu Dhabi hotel.
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The hotel also offers a range of beauty, fashion and relaxation amenities including the Talise Spa.
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The hotel will include an outlet of the seafood restaurant Scott?s, which is being built over the water at the hotel's private beach.
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Mezzoon Ballroom, Jumeirah at Etihad Towers.
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Brasserie Ang?lique at Jumeirah at Etihad Towers. The hotel is part of the five-tower Etihad Towers development, opposite Emirates Palace.