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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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... can drink lunch from 12-4 usually. Most hotels have them, and they are basically a place to meet friends and eat delicious food. On arrival we were handed a sparkling wine, and then the waitress came round to ask us what we wanted to drink. As we had chosen the alcoholic option, I went for a raspberry mojito to begin with! I couldn't believe it, literally you could just have whatever you wanted! ...
... heat like it. You can't spend a lot of time outside. They have a roof top pool but unfortunately swimmers are still in the luggage somewhere in Abu Dhabi airport, so there is no swimming. The girls swimming in their undies probably wont go down too well here. The pool temperature is 29deg, it would hardly cool you down.
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