Sarooj District - Hilton Road, Al Ain United Arab Emirates More photos
Hilton Al Ain Set in exotic landscaped gardens, Hilton Al Ain propose a peaceful location within the heart of a vibrant city. From its three swimming pools and tennis courts, to the stylish rooms and selection of dining venues, the guests feel worlds away from everything, yet exciting attractions are just minutes away, including Al Ain’s magnificent sand dunes and the nearby UNESCO world heritage sites.The bright and airy rooms offer balconies overlooking the pool, mountain or garden view. Each has an elegant marble bathroom, LCD TV and wired wireless Internet connection.Hilton Al Ain is happy to welcome its guests at recently reopened restaurant Flavours with its new look and feel, offering a culinary escape at Arabic, Italian, Asian, Turkish and Seafood Nights and astonishing buffet during the Friday brunch. The international culinary art served at the other hotel’s restaurants have Arabic, Italian, Tex-Mex and Mediterranean dishes. Paco’s bar propose live music performances.Those who wish to stay active can swim within the 27 m outdoor lap pool or work out with the cardio equipment within the fitness centre. Hilton Al Ain propose a squash court and 4 tennis courts.The hotel is situated Five-minute drive from the town centre, 10 minutes from Al Ains business district and 80 minutes from Dubai and Abu Dhabi International Airports.This property is additionally rated for the best value in Al Ain! Guests are becoming more for their cash when compared to other properties in this city.Hilton Al Ain has been hosting guests from 3 Aug 2009.Hotel Chain: Hilton Hotels and ResortsMissing some information? Yes No Price: 58 € Rooms available202 rooms
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Al Ain (Arabic: ٱلْـعَـيْـن, al-ʿayn, literally The Spring) is a town within the Eastern Region of the Emirate of Abu Dhabi, the United Arab Emirates. Located on the border with Oman, it is additionally known as the \"Garden City of the Gulf\" due to its greenery, especially with regard to the citys oases, parks, tree-lined avenues and decorative roundabouts, with there being strict height controls on new buildings, to no more than seven floors. It is the largest inland town within the United Arab Emirates, the fourth-largest overall (after Dubai, Abu Dhabi, and Sharjah), and the second-largest within the Emirate of Abu Dhabi. The freeways connecting Al-Ain Abu Dhabi, and Dubai form a geographic triangle within the country, each town being roughly 130 kilometres (81 mi) from the other two. Request to Book
Al-Ain was where Sheikh Zayed bin Sultan Al Nahyan, the founder of the United Arab Emirates, spent much of his life, at least from 1927, before becoming the Ruler of the Emirate of Abu Dhabi in 1966. Though it is often held that he was born in Abu Dhabi, some hold the view that he was born in Al-Ain.According to one author, the oases of Al-Ain and Al-Hasa (in Saudi Arabia) are the most important within the Arabian Peninsula."