Premier Inn Abu Dhabi Capital Centre

Next to Abu Dhabi National Exhibition Centre, Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates | 5 star hotel
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This 5 star hotel, located on Next to Abu Dhabi National Exhibition Centre, Abu Dhabi, is near Heritage Village and Cultural Foundation.
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    TravelPod Member ReviewsPremier Inn Abu Dhabi Capital Centre

    Reviewed by deeliteful

    What a Win ... Highly recommend Premier Inn

    Reviewed
    by (1 review) , South Africa Flag of South Africa

    Hi guys Arrived in Abu Dhabi after a good flight. Sleeping on a flight for me is a distant dream. However after trying all my best contortionist moves and the guy in the seat in front of me looking at me as if to say "I'm really not the gynaecologist darling!" I decided to pretend to be sleeping.

    On arrival at Abu Dhabi airport Heila had to join a queue a mile long at passport control, as you do with a SA passport, and when she looked like she was going to start wailing, the nice man quickly ushered her to the front of the EU passport queue and hastily instructed the official to let her through!

    We have checked into the Premier Inn and what a win. Check in is at 2 pm and we had to pay plenty for an early check in. It's amazing what happens when you just ask ..... the nice man waivered the fee and now we are resting up for an hour before taking to the streets. We feel like two girls who have run away from boarding school!!

    We are off to Sheik Zayed Grand Mosque just now to explore and then to see the Emirates Palace and we just have to go and check out one of the big souks. We may leave the credit cards in the hotel room!

    Loving Abu Dhabi,everyone is so friendly and customer service is incredible ... SA has a lot to learn!

    That's it for now folks - love ya all madly.

    Have a beautiful day from the travelling nomadsh

    Xx

    uys Arrived in Abu Dhabi after a good flight. Sleeping on a flight for me is a distant dream. However after trying all my best contortionist moves and the guy in the seat in front of me looking at me as if to say "I'm really not the gynaecologist darling!" I decided to pretend to be sleeping.

    On arrival at Abu Dhabi airport Heila had to join a queue a mile long at passport control, as you do with a SA passport, and when she looked like she was going to start wailing, the nice man quickly ushered her to the front of the EU passport queue and hastily instructed the official to let her through!

    We have checked into the Premier Inn and what a win. Check in is at 2 pm and we had to pay plenty for an early check in. It's amazing what happens when you just ask ..... the nice man waivered the fee and now we are resting up for an hour before taking to the streets. We feel like two girls who have run away from boarding school!!

    We are off to Sheik Zayed Grand Mosque just now to explore and then to see the Emirates Palace and we just have to go and check out one of the big souks. We may leave the credit cards in the hotel room!

    Loving Abu Dhabi,everyone is so friendly and customer service is incredible ... SA has a lot to learn!

    That's it for now folks - love ya all madly.

    Have a beautiful day from the travelling nomads

    Xx

    uys Arrived in Abu Dhabi after a good flight. Sleeping on a flight for me is a distant dream. However after trying all my best contortionist moves and the guy in the seat in front of me looking at me as if to say "I'm really not the gynaecologist darling!" I decided to pretend to be sleeping.

    On arrival at Abu Dhabi airport Heila had to join a queue a mile long at passport control, as you do with a SA passport, and when she looked like she was going to start wailing, the nice man quickly ushered her to the front of the EU passport queue and hastily instructed the official to let her through!

    We have checked into the Premier Inn and what a win. Check in is at 2 pm and we had to pay plenty for an early check in. It's amazing what happens when you just ask ..... the nice man waivered the fee and now we are resting up for an hour before taking to the streets. We feel like two girls who have run away from boarding school!!

    We are off to Sheik Zayed Grand Mosque just now to explore and then to see the Emirates Palace and we just have to go and check out one of the big souks. We may leave the credit cards in the hotel room!

    Loving Abu Dhabi,everyone is so friendly and customer service is incredible ... SA has a lot to learn!

    That's it for now folks - love ya all madly.

    Have a beautiful day from the travelling nomads.

    Xx

    This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.

    TripAdvisor Reviews Premier Inn Abu Dhabi Capital Centre

    4.50 of 5 stars Outstanding
     

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