Premier Inn to Open Hotel in Abu Dhabi in 2011

Travel News Asia Latest Travel News Podcasts Videos Thursday, 15 April 2010

Premier Inn, one of the UKs biggest value for money hotel brands, has begun building its first hotel in Abu Dhabi and fourth in the United Arab Emirates.

 The new hotel, at a prime location within ADNECs Capital Centre, is scheduled to be ready by September 2011 and will have 242 rooms, with the cost of development reaching around AED120 million.

Darroch Crawford, Managing Director of Premier Inn Middle East said, We are delighted to have secured this prime plot in Capital Centre. Capital Centres excellent infrastructure and proximity to Abu Dhabis superb new events facility makes it an ideal location for Premier Inn.

Capital Centre, master-planned by ADNEC (Abu Dhabi National Exhibitions Company) is a micro-city of 23 mixed-use towers, including seven hotels. The development is adjacent to the gravity-defying Capital Gate tower, and the Abu Dhabi National Exhibition Centre.

The new hotel in Abu Dhabi, with its 242 rooms, will offer everything that a traveller would expect from a Premier Inn. All rooms come with en-suite bathrooms and are capable of comfortably accommodating a family of up to four. The hotel will also offer a contemporary restaurant (Bedouinns), a bar (The Retreat), and a Costa Coffee outlet. A podium sundeck will feature a swimming pool and whirlpool spa.

Premier Inn already has three other hotels in the UAE, at Dubai Investments Park, Dubai Silicon Oasis and Dubai International Airport.

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