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- Minbar in room
- Airport Transportation
- Outdoor pool
- Reduced mobility rooms
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TravelPod Member ReviewsKhalidiya Hotel Abu Dhabi
Service was great with helpful Concierge! The weather is nice in Abu Dhabi now, but the air con was hard for me to get 'just right'!!
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... there are an array of glossy glass and concrete hotels and office blocks. Kind of Dubai's version of Venice's Grand Canal. It was a chilled start to the day as we lounged on the Abra taking in the sights.
After this easy start, Kath then galvanised us into action and we were off to experience some souks. As it was still morning they were relatively uncrowded and seemed spacious compared to the markets of Laos and Cambodia. First we walked through a ...
... to recall Diana just yelling, "Put the camera down and HOLD ON!!" We had borrowed Naomi's waterproof camera which was most helpful until the end of the ride when you realized not one part of your body was dry enough to dry the lens!
It was amazing watching the surfing skills of young boarders on the big powerful slide. Heather wanted to try knee boarding so got in line for a lesson. Applying the same skills as ...
... very busy, lots of things to see and do..and Lewis Hamilton won..BONUS! Pete also got to have his photo taken with some famous older racing drivers ( I didnt know who they were!!)
Not only was the race a brilliant experience, we then had the After Race Concerts each day we were there (Pharell Williams and The Who!) both were fantastic!!
Here are some photos! xx
... rate is SO LOW. Ken, our tour guide, says the crime rate is like 0.05%. We felt safe and walked and shopped for a couple hours. Abu Dhabi is very westernized, but we were fine with that. McDonald's, BK, Subway, Starbucks, Victorias Secret and the Bath and Body Works were all in the mall. They also had a Shake Shack! In the Souk, I bought oils, face creams and souvenirs. Got back to the hotel about 8 for a restful ...
... nice to say we have someone waiting for us. Then outside we saw a team of three with Theresa written on a sign.
Getting to the Hotel was hair-raising. There seems to be no traffic laws and no stop signs or stop lights to add a semblance of order to the whole experience. It was also raining.
But we made it to the Hotel Tenki and got to our rooms about 30 hours after we began.
And there were no bedbugs!