Discover an affordable yet relaxing destination offered by the first ever hotel in the western region of Abu Dhabi. Visit Ruwais and head over to a long-standing 3-Star Dhafra Beach Hotel where the nation’s beloved founding father - His Highness Sheikh Zayed bin Sultan Al Nahyan has once visited and left relics and possessions that some are kept in Louvre Abu Dhabi.
After 41 years of serving domestic and international tourists, the newly revamped property has recently re-opened to serve incomparable getaways at the far most region of the capital. Guests can choose across 183 refurbished rooms, and suites with unique facilities and amenities. Apart from the accommodation upgrade, the property will soon be launching an exclusive concept where guests can freely bring over their pets to experience the Dhafra Beach Hotel Pet-Friendly concept.
Embark on a round-the-clock epicurean journey with three dining options, All-day dining at Mayadeen, Hana Bar and Lobby Café to satiate guests. Revel a gastronomical venture with exquisite food options for lodgers.
Make most out of this part of the capital and enjoy its 75 acres of lush beachfront landscape with 850 meters of natural beach and marine life amenities to experience. Guests can extend the fun as Dhafra Beach Hotel is also close to the Jebel Dhanna Resort, a 5-Star property known for its great beach paradise experience with complete facilities and amenities.
“It is hard-pressed to find a property this ideal, but ours comes with the finest yet affordable package. We are incredibly pleased to come back and serve our road traveller visitors from KSA and Qatar as well as our local guests,” Mrs. Nicola Hochgruber, Director of Hotels Operation said.
Renjith Chandran, Cluster General Manager of Danat Jebel Dhanna Resort and Dhafra Beach Hotel said, “We are proud to offer our guests with a go-to destination to escape the city and experience a unique staycation at the tranquil region of the capital. As we re-opened, we vouch to deliver exceptional services where guests would look no further and come back for more.”