Luxury Abu Dhabi hotel regains five star rating after revamp

Abu Dhabi Tourism & Culture Authority awards its five star rating on Le Meridien Abu Dhabi, one of the city's oldest hotels
Luxury Abu Dhabi hotel regains five star rating after revamp
By Sam Bridge
Sat 13 Jul 2019 09:57 AM

Abu Dhabi Tourism & Culture Authority has bestowed its five star rating once more on Le Méridien Abu Dhabi, after completing its renovation.

One of Abu Dhabi’s original urban resorts dating 40 years, Le Méridien Abu Dhabi was inaugurated in 1979 by the late Sheikh Zayed and Queen Elizabeth II.

The hotel has regained its five star ratings after owner Abu Dhabi National Hotels completed a comprehensive renovation, which included a transformation to all 248 guestrooms, suites and public spaces.

The newest addition to the hotel is Le Méridien Hub, a modern reinterpretation of the traditional hotel lobby, offering an array of opportunities for guests to gather, connect and simply savor the moment, a statement said.

“As a leading hospitality company, our strategy has always been to restore and modernize our existing hotels and I am pleased to see the outcome of the comprehensive renovation of Le Méridien Abu Dhabi” said Khalid Anib, CEO of Abu Dhabi National Hotels.

"We are satisfied with nothing less than excellence throughout our growing hotel portfolio, and I am grateful to the board of directors of Abu Dhabi National Hotels (ADNH) for all their support in making these projects a reality.”

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