Le Royal Meridien Abu Dhabi
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This was my first sales trip with for my new company. I was to go to Abu Dhabi and meet our Sales Director out there and then work at a stall at ADIPEC. ADIPEC stands for Abu Dhabi International Petroleum Exhibition and Conference. It is the largest oil and gas conferences in the Middle East.
I decided that as I was flying from Heathrow …
My third visit to UAE while second to Abu Dhabi. Attended the wireline community meet.
... of the United Arab Emirates. The first place we saw was the Sheikh Zayed Palace museum which was the home of the Sheikh before he became the Emir of Abu Dhabi in 1966. It was a relatively modest palace with basic bedrooms and a range of meeting rooms, family rooms, studies etc. There was even a school on site - as Sheikh Zayed had 19 sons (no mention was made of the number of daughters). Behind the palace is the city's Oasis which no longer admits tourists due to the ...
... staying on the 12th floor so have great views over the city!
We were a bit peckish when we got here, so we decided to walk round the corner to the Mall (Al Wahada Mall) and get some food. Although we didnt eat there, there were familiar fast food places like Macdonalds, Pizza Hut etc which gave me a sense of home which was nice! We ended up going to a fast ...
... the fireworks blew up in the air not to mention having millions of eyes staring at you was really something! We even managed to meet the legend Nicky Lauder and mingled with famous icons such as British heavy weight boxer David Haye. That night we partied till late with the local Arabs, but managed somehow to forget my sleeping bag so had to use a pashmina scarf instead :) All in all the day couldn't have gone any better, Thanks ...
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TravelPod Member ReviewsLe Royal Meridien Abu Dhabi
Free upgrade into a suite was a great surprise. The hotel itself is beautiful in the public areas but the rooms are a little dated now but still spacious. The view from my room was right out over the sea and the Corniche.
I ate mainly in the Irish pub and the atmosphere was pretty pleasant with the food reasonably priced.
Couldn't fault the staff during this short business trip. Front desk to the porters were all excellent.
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