Al Raha Beach Hotel
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TravelPod Member ReviewsAl Raha Beach Hotel Abu Dhabi
Fabulous hotel, private, quiet with exclusive access to the Corniche. Service and staff attention to detail excellent. Whilst not in the city centre, easy to reach by taxi or using free shuttle service provided by the hotel. Definitely would recommend.
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