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Four Seasons to debut in Abu Dhabi

The canadian hotel group reinforces its presence in the United Arab Emirates with the Four Seasons opening in Abu Dhabi, on Maryah Island.

Four Seasons strengthen its strategic growth expansion and adds a new address to its portfolio. The group announced the Four Seasons Abu Dhabi opening on Maryah Island. This 34-storey glass tower, designed by PLP architecture, a London based company, offers 200 rooms including 38 suites, six restaurants, a spa and a rooftop swimming pool. Mubadala Real Estate & Infrastructure is in charge of the hotel development. This company operates as an equity partner and asset manager, focusing on real estate investment opportunities, both within the United Arab Emirates and overseas. This unit develops strategic projects that are part of the government's 2030 plan.

The hotel is located on Maryah Island; a business, leisure and entertainment hub. It includes Abu Dhabi Global Market Square and comprises hotels, retail, residences and private healthcare centers. It is situated at the midpoint between downtown Abu Dhabi, Reem Island and the new cultural district on Saadiyat Island.  It is the first Four Seasons in Abu Dhabi and the third in the Emirates with two units in Dubai.

Today Four Seasons operates in more than 40 countries across the world. On January 1st 2016, Four Seasons is the 49th brand worldwide in terms of number of rooms according to data published by Hospitality ON. On that date it had 101 hotels totaling 21 755 rooms worldwide.

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