5* AbuDhabi holiday, Eastern Mangroves Hotel & Spa By Anantara, UAE - save 30%
Located in the Emirati capital, AbuDhabi in a stretch of great natural beauty, looking out over the water to the enigmatic Mangrove Lagoon...... more
Located in the Emirati capital, AbuDhabi in a stretch of great natural beauty, looking out over the water to the enigmatic Mangrove Lagoon National Park, the Eastern Mangroves Hotel & Spa is a luxurious five-star hotel just a five-minute drive from the urban centre. It boasts an expansive sun deck with an infinity pool and shady gazebos looking out over the water and here you can enjoy Mediterranean cuisine and refreshments from the Pool Deck restaurant.The Eastern Mangroves Hotel & Spa is built in a monumental Arabian style which mixes traditional arches and lattice work with extravagant modern design. Guests have the use of a gym and hammam and can make use of the on-site marina facilities to make a sailing or kayaking excursion. A selection of world cuisines are served in the hotel restaurants; in the evenings, enjoy a signature cocktail in the lounge with views of the light fading over the mangroves below.Good to knowThis holiday allows you to spread the cost by paying a deposit upfront, followed by the full amount at a later date.
ABUDHABI'S VISION 2030: AN ONGOING JOURNEY OF ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT - 9814383929
This book aims to tell the AbuDhabi story in economic development, from its past dominance in oil to its economic vision for the future. More...... more
This book aims to tell the AbuDhabi story in economic development, from its past dominance in oil to its economic vision for the future. More than being an exemplar of industrial restructuring and diversification from a resource-based to a 21st century knowledge-based economy and society, AbuDhabi emphasises its cultural legacy and tradition as an environmental advocate for green and sustainable pathways. It has as many challenges as creative responses to show that its success is not by wealth alone. This case study unveils AbuDhabi in particular and the rest of Arabic and GCC economic development in general. They have all attracted foreign investment and global business, typically as hydrocarbon-rich resource economies. Beyond that, the geoeconomics and geopolitics of the Middle East and North Africa, with or without the Arab Spring in 2011 is in and of itself, a rich region for multidisciplinary studies and research, not just for economics and business. With Qatar, AbuDhabi boasts of one of the highest per capita income in the world; therein lies a reason to enquire about its success and pivotal role in the GCC and global contexts.
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Paperback. Pub Date: 2012 Pages: 224 Publisher: Lonely Planet tallest building in the world Tick the Artificial-island shaped like a palm Tick. Seven-star hotel...... more
Paperback. Pub Date: 2012 Pages: 224 Publisher: Lonely Planet tallest building in the world Tick the Artificial-island shaped like a palm Tick. Seven-star hotel Tick Largest global shopping mall tick And Indoor snow Slopes to boot Tick. JOSEPHINE QUINTERO. LONELY PLANET WRITER Our PromiseYou can trust our travel information because Lonely Planet authors visit the places we write about. each and every edition. We never accept freebies for positive coverage so you can rely on us to tell it like it is.Inside This Book Pull-out Map337 days of sunshine every year162 bars & restaurants reviewed112 souqs. malls and shops sampled23 map pages1 world s tallest buildingComprehensive Map SectionEasy-to-Read LayoutRange of Planning ToolsIn Depth Background on Dubai s shopping scene