The Yas, Abu Dhabi

by admin | 20th September 2010

yas best hotel abu dhabi

The « Best hotels around the world » presents The Yas. This futuristic and design hotel is inspired by the motion of an airborne fishing net. This new hotel in Abu Dhabi sets the pace for architectural innovation in the Emirates. Curved, its façade follows the marina. A bridge joins two parts of the hotel, overlooking the F1 racetrack. Contrary to most modern hotels in the Gulf, the Yas draws on modernity and leaves the 1001 nights marvel to the others. The interior design is modern and elegant, with wide open spaces and playing with lights and atmosphere.

yas best hotel abu dhabi

With 499 rooms, the Yas is big. Each room is finely decorated with design furniture and an attention to detail. Two Presidential Suites also accommodate those looking for extravaganza. Amongst other pleasures, each suite has its own Jacuzzi and a private swimming pool. You could stay a week and never eat the same thing. In all, 14 bars and restaurants are available, so you can select the tastes according to your appetite: Italian, Indian, oriental, Japanese, international.. Head for the Spa then to detox your body. Therapists provide full treatments from the four corners of the world to get you in shape in no time.

yas best hotel abu dhabi

The Yas also enjoys two rooftop pools, bars as well as a club – the Skylite – open to the stars in the sky. These are great places to enjoy a drink and the scenery in the warm heat of the evening. The Yas is one of the best hotels in the world. Although it is big, it remains boutique thanks to its environment, atmosphere and design. The Yas truly reflects the modernity and forward thinking of the Emirates’ architecture at present, and will surely satisfy any person travelling on business in Abu Dhabi.

yas best hotel abu dhabi

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