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Jumeirah at Etihad Towers Hotelin Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates

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This hotel is the embodiment of the highest standards of luxury vacation, that is beyond comparison in Abu Dhabi. Here you can find an awesome observation platform.
Jumeirah at Etihad Towers Hotel, Abu Dhabi
Located in one of the fabulous Etihad Towers, the hotel is a popular venue for social events, conferences and meetings of various scales. Each of the 382 rooms and 199 residences is equipped with the cutting edge technology and decorated in the best traditions of modern style.

The highest point of the city is the observation platform, located on the 74th floor of the hotel. Hotel guests can visit the observation platform with no entry fee. The hotel also provides the best opportunities for recreation, such as fine restaurants, trendy shops, swimming pools, a private beach, and a spa center.

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Official website: http://jumeirah.com
Phone: +971 2 811 5555
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