InterContinental Abu Dhabi
No availability found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
How has this hotel rated in the past?
TravelPod Member ReviewsInterContinental Abu Dhabi
TripAdvisor Reviews InterContinental Abu Dhabi
Travel Blogs from Abu Dhabi
... where I may as well have been sitting in an actual sauna! It was soo hot! Ridiculously sweaty and minging, but everyone was in the same boat so it was ok!
Love love loved it!
Around this time too, Pete's parents came to visit! They stayed at the Fairmont Hotel which was lovely, and overlooked the Mosque! We were very lucky because we were able to visit them and use some food vouchers for the buffet at their restaurant, and also ...
... hanging by the pool I get befriended by a guy from Libya who keeps asking me to take pictures of him I'm various poses, very strange. He can't get the concept of me coming from London. I drew the line when he started putting on sun lotion, I pretended I couldn't see him so he wouldn't ask me to put some on his back! In the early evening kev comes home early from work and we get ready to go out for dinner. As I actually need to get some dirhams to use in Abu Dhabi we head ...
... in Amsterdam at about 2.30pm and it will be a whopping 13 degrees. Just as well I packed for all weathers ( going to UK thought I has better ). The kids back, yelling at his grandparents again. They keep telling him to go back to his mum. I bet mum is telling him to go see his grandparents. Anyway I will say Ma-a is-salaam a ( means goodbye in Arabic). I know right your thinking my god she's ...
... of the major attractions here. 1) the big Mosque in town which is really impressive and pictures can bee seen on my website and 2) IKEA ! . Yes, I am back in civilisation. While in Africa I went to a Fundi and told him what I need and he started the carpentry here you are driving to Yas Island and visit our old swedish friends. Everything is exactly the same like at home which makes it very easy to shop. But fortunately much less people than at home if you go and visit them on ...
... the car in front got totally stuck on a sand dune so we all had to get out and let our driver go and pull him out with a rope on our car! This gave us a chance to get out and take some photos!!
Then when we got back we had a ride on a camel, watched a falcon show, attempted sand duning, had a nice BBQ and sat around a camp fire!
All in all a cracking day! :)