Inspired by 15th to early 17th-century Renaissance architecture with a distinctly Venetian feel, and with an expansive Khor Al Maqta setting close to the Sheikh Zayed Grand Mosque, this is the world's largest beachfront Ritz-Carlton resort.
Accommodations at this Abu Dhabi hotel stretch beyond traditional guest rooms to include a collection of suites, residences and villas. Spacious layouts, outdoor spaces and modern interiors are complemented by views of the beach, gardens or Grand Mosque.
Guests can enjoy eight restaurants – three of which have been designed by famed Japanese restaurant interior specialist Super Potato – marking the designer's debut in the Arabian Gulf. A huge canal-fronting swimming pool and extensive lawns complete the grandeur.
Each of the hotel's restaurants offers a distinct dining experience, both in flavours and setting. Guests can savour steak and renowned wines at The Forge, enjoy traditional Middle Eastern cuisine and live performances at Mijana, delight in the energy and variety of Southeast Asian culinary culture at Li Jiang, and indulge in Friday brunch and a view of the gardens at Giornotte.
The Ritz-Carlton Abu Dhabi, Grand Canal promises Middle Eastern opulence unlike any other property in the UAE capital. Set against the backdrop of Al Maqta Creek and Sheikh Zayed Grand Mosque, the resort boasts five-star accommodation and world-class leisure facilities. Meetings are executed on a grand scale across 23,000 square metres of flexible event space set amid the hotel's lushly landscaped surrounds.
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|Ballroom Roma 1||510||500||-||230||500||70||470|
|Ballroom Roma 2||600||600||-||270||600||80||560|
|Ballroom Roma 3||440||400||-||200||400||60||420|