Anantara to open new property in Abu Dhabi

Anantara Hotels, Resorts & Spas is set to launch its first city hotel in the Middle East with Eastern Mangroves Hotel & Spa by Anantara, opening in June this year.

Anantara Hotels, Resorts & Spas  is set to launch its first city hotel in the Middle East with Eastern Mangroves Hotel & Spa by Anantara, opening in June this year. 

Occupying a prime position along a 1.2 kilometre stretch of Abu Dhabi’s protected Eastern Mangroves District, the new luxury five-star hotel will be home to the UAE’s largest Hammam and VIP suite, The Royal Mangroves Residence.

Eastern Mangroves Hotel & Spa by Anantara is situated just 15 minutes from Abu Dhabi International Airport and 10 minutes from downtown Abu Dhabi. The hotel will be Anantara’s third property to open in the UAE. Its current portfolio includes Qasr Al Sarab Desert Resort by Anantara, located in the legendary Liwa Desert in the Empty Quarter and Desert Islands Resort & Spa by Anantara on Sir Bani Yas Island.

Set to open in June, the Eastern Mangroves Hotel & Spa by Ananatara in Abu Dhabi.

The new property forms part of an integrated hotel, marina, retail and residential destination, providing a luxury haven away from the bustle of city life in central Abu Dhabi. The hotel consists of 222 guest rooms and suites across five levels, three restaurants and bars including a Thai speciality restaurant and a rooftop lounge offering stunning views of the lush mangroves below, a luxury spa featuring a traditional Arabic Hammam, and state-of-the-art conference facilities.

“Eastern Mangroves Hotel & Spa by Anantara is set to provide an outstanding experience for the growing number of corporate and leisure travellers visiting Abu Dhabi,” said general manager of the property and director of operations for Anantara in the Middle East, Michel Koopman. “In keeping with Anantara’s brand ethos of incorporating indigenous culture into each property, Eastern Mangroves Hotel & Spa is a true Abu Dhabi hotel with Emirati traditions and influences reflected throughout the property.’’

The modern architecture of Eastern Mangroves Hotel & Spa by Anantara blends unique elements of Arabic design such as archways, intricate mosaics and solid timber. Largely subtle and elegant in design, touches of 18-carat gold are also used throughout the property, adding to the luxurious feel.


The opulent ‘Royal Mangroves Residence’ offers a lavish but residential feel and the size of the Residence can be adapted depending on guest requirements with options from three up to seven en-suite guest rooms and balconies featured throughout. A stunning rooftop terrace overlooking the mangroves features a ten-metre swimming pool and a rooftop BBQ entertainment area. The Residence also comes equipped with its own private gym and its own dedicated entrance. Guests of the Royal Mangroves Residence will have access to a limousine service, private chef, butler and a massage and beauty therapist during their stay.

The hotel’s ballroom will have the capability of accommodating up to 320 guests for banquets and will be an ideal venue to host a range of events and special occasions. Breakout rooms seating between twenty and forty guests are available for private corporate meetings. The pre-function area will feature a permanent lounge area and business centre.

The ‘Impressions’ rooftop lounge boasts stunning views of the Eastern Mangroves district and the Abu Dhabi City landscape. The venue will feature an LED roofline and lounge front that changes colour to suit the mood of the evening; aqua, blue, teal and purple will be programmed to fade and morph to whichever type of music is playing.

Eastern Mangroves Hotel & Spa by Anantara will be home to an impressive traditional Arabic Hammam, which at a total of 132 square metres will be the largest in the region. With ten treatment rooms, the exclusive Anantara Spa will feature separate lobbies and check-in areas for men and women, ensuring a paramount level of privacy.


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