Best Executive Club Lounges At Hotels In Abu Dhabi


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We have reviewed hotels in Abu Dhabi with the best club or executive lounges to help you decide on the best choice, whether you are traveling as a couple, a family, or as a single business traveler. By reviewing each of these club lounges, in turn, I conclude which hotel club lounge comes in at the top and which hotel I would select as having the best club lounge in Abu Dhabi.

One of the world’s wealthiest cities, Abu Dhabi, lays claim to an amazing array of architecture, attractions, and natural splendor. Abu Dhabi is the capital and the second-most populous city of the United Arab Emirates, the most populous being Dubai. We have also reviewed the best club lounges in Dubai). Located just a 45-minute drive away from Dubai, Abu Dhabi offers a Ferrari theme park with the fastest roller coaster globally, the Abu Dhabi Grand Prix race Circuit, and Yas Waterworld, the region’s largest waterpark.

Luxury hotels in Abu Dhabi, UAE, include the Four Seasons Hotel Abu Dhabi (no club lounge), Park Hyatt Abu Dhabi Hotel and Villas (this property, as most Park Hyatts, does not have a club lounge, but the Grand Hyatt Abu Dhabi does), The St. Regis Saadiyat Island Resort (no club lounge), The St. Regis Abu Dhabi (no club lounge), Shangri-La Hotel, Qaryat Al Beri, Qasr al Sarab Desert Resort by Anantara (no club lounge), Emirates Palace along with numerous Hilton and Marriott Bonvoy properties.

I have compiled a list below containing the club lounges available across luxury hotels in Abu Dhabi. I list the lounges in Abu Dhabi that I consider to be the best of the best. I will be reviewing each of these hotel club lounges in detail in turn so that you know what you will get if you book a room with club lounge access or get upgraded to a club lounge for free because of your loyalty status.

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1. Rosewood Abu Dhabi Club Lounge

The Rosewood Abu Dhabi is located opposite the Four Seasons Abu Dhabi, which we have reviewed below, but the Four Seasons sadly doesn’t have a club lounge.

The good news is that the Rosewood does have a club lounge and is a brilliant choice in this capital city. This 34-story waterfront property is opulent, with sparkling water features, impressive chandeliers, and an exclusive underground wine cellar. Eight restaurants and bars are all excellent, there is a Sense Spa, and their outdoor pool is great for families. An air-conditioned terrace is perfectly positioned to enjoy the sunset views.

Rosewood Abu Dhabi is also connected to the upmarket Galleria Mall, which has some of the most high-end fashion and the best restaurants in town. The Corniche is a 10-minute drive away, and other attractions like Louvre Abu Dhabi and the Sheikh Zayed Grand Mosque are around a 30-minute drive away.

The bad news is that on Al Marya Island, the Four Seasons is significantly newer and more luxurious than the Rosewood. They are joined by the same Mall, with one hotel at either end.

The Rosewood has 189 rooms and suites and 131 serviced residences offering dark-wood walls, leather seating, and floor-to-ceiling windows. Bathrooms offer tubs, rain showers, and a screen that opens to the bedroom. Book a Manor Club guest room to access the executive lounge, free food, spa discounts, and butler service.

The Manor Club Lounge offers a great club lounge experience, which is also great value for money, particularly if you take advantage of the snacks and beverages between meals. The lounge is a very good size and has a billiard table, a chess set, and books, newspapers, and magazines.

This executive lounge was designed in a sophisticated, residential style. It is elegantly fitted out in contemporary hues and the finest materials and offers a tranquil atmosphere for guests seeking a private urban refuge. Complimentary breakfast, lunch snacks, afternoon tea, and evening cocktails and tapas are available, as well as refreshments throughout the day. Food and drinks are of great quality, and the lounge doesn’t tend to be overrun with people.

Breakfast is extensive. Lunch is delivered off an a la carte menu and is voluminous and high-quality. Afternoon tea is followed by evening cocktails and tapas, complemented by free top-shelf spirits, wines, and beers. Cocktails are also free and excellent and are regularly refilled. The staff are keen to offer you “the same again”!

Below are details of all the benefits served up to Manor Club guests at the Rosewood Abu Dhabi:

  • Artisan Breakfast
  • Refreshments and snacks offered throughout the day
  • Afternoon tea, evening tapas, and cocktails
  • Manor Club Boardroom (one hour per stay, subject to availability)
  • Early check-in / late check-out (subject to availability)
  • 20% discount at Sense, A Rosewood Spa
  • Complimentary pressing of up to 2 items per stay
  • Complimentary Fitness Consultation with Personal Trainer
  • Manor Club, Executive Lounge guests may invite visitors (subject to availability, at a supplementary charge)

Children older than 12 years are welcomed in the Manor Club until 6:00 pm, with adult accompaniment. Children under 12 years old are not allowed. The lounge upgrade is well worth paying for, and in summer is superbly cheap at this hotel, with rates discounted to a few hundred dollars a night.

2. The Ritz-Carlton, Abu Dhabi

Sparkling chandeliers, its own patch of private beach, and breathtaking views to the Grand Mosque make the The Ritz-Carlton a great luxury hotel choice in Abu Dhabi. It also has impressive common areas and a fantastic pool with lovely lawns leading down to the beach, which is nice and quiet, making it ideal for families, particularly if you want to earn or redeem Marriott Bonvoy points. The location is actually across the canal from the Shangri-La Hotel.

As meals at any of the restaurants and bars at The Ritz-Carlton are expensive, club access offers excellent value for money, particularly as this club lounge is excellent and has a fantastic view. Club Level Guest Rooms and Suites also offer even more magnificent views of the illustrious Grand Canal, stately gardens, or breathtaking Grand Mosque as you step onto your secluded balcony overlooking our luxury resort inspired by the 15th to 17th century Renaissance architecture and the urban planning of the city of Venice.

Boasting a panoramic view of Al Maqta Creek from its glass walls, the Club Level Lounge offers an intimately private setting for guests of The Ritz-Carlton Club Level. In addition to an elevated level of service, the lounge offers daily breakfast, midday snacks, afternoon tea with light snacks, evening hors d’oeuvres, cordials, and desserts. Complimentary coffee and cookies are available throughout the day with complimentary wireless Internet access, personal computers for guest use, and complimentary pressing for two pieces per room per day.

Food is acceptable, even to consider for lunch and dinner every day, although alcohol isn’t particularly high quality (much like the Fairmont Gold Lounge in Abu Dhabi. The champagne is prosecco, and there are no cocktails, just some red wines, beer, and spirits (if you like cocktails, the Fairmont or Rosewood are better choices as cocktails are included in both of these lounges.

An adult must accompany children under the age of 12 at all times; no children under the age of 12 are permitted after 8:00 pm.

Expect a comfortable stay overall at The Ritz-Carlton, Abu Dhabi, with a great room, wonderful bed, good location away from the noise & crowds of downtown, and great views of the beautiful Grand Mosque.

3. Emirates Palace

Emirates Palace is a bling hotel situated on 1.3 km of private beach with 85 hectares of gardens and lawns and comprises 394 palatial rooms and suites, 14 restaurants, cafés, and lounges and features spectacular views of the manicured lawns or the glistening blue waves of the Arabian Sea. To be honest, although this is undoubtedly one of the most luxurious hotels in Abu Dhabi, we find the level of bling and glitz a bit overwhelming. We prefer the understated luxury of the Four Seasons and the Rosewood in Abu Dhabi.

Recreational activities are offered through the exclusive Beach Club, the UAE’s ultimate resort. The resort’s leisure facilities include two outdoor temperature-controlled swimming pools, an Emirates Palace Spa, tennis courts, a cricket pitch, a FIFA standard football pitch, a marina, and two state-of-the-art fitness centers. From water sports to bird watching and kid’s activities, there is something for everyone.

The Emirates Palace truly looks like an Arabian Palace, from the palatial exterior to the marble corridors to the gold and silver color scheme across the property and right down to the mint green palatial headboards in the bedrooms. Even the showerhead is gold (at least it looks gold!). Overindulgent breakfast buffets are rife across the Middle East. Still, the breakfast in the main restaurant at the Emirates Palace might be the best of all of the Middle Eastern hotels in terms of quality and quantity.

The Palace Lounge is the hotel’s executive lounge of sorts. The hotel actually has two executive lounges, one in each wing. Each lounge is very traditional in decor with chairs around tables, and neither is a relaxing place to spend the day, more a place to come and eat or drink. If your room rate doesn’t otherwise come with access to this lounge, you can purchase access for around 850د.إ AED per night.

The lounge is open from 7:00 am – 11:00 pm daily. It also offers private check-in and check-out services with early arrival guests given immediate access to the lounge and extended access to the lounge after check-out until 4:00 pm (subject to availability).

The lounge offers a delicious buffet breakfast daily, which includes eggs made to order (for no extra cost) and continental breakfast with salads as well as tea and coffee. Light lunch and afternoon tea are available during the day, along with evening cocktails and food. To keep clothes looking fresh whilst on the go, lounge guests can request the complimentary pressing of two items of clothing.

The evening spread is extremely high-end, with bread rolls plus beautiful plated-up salads with things like smoked salmon, pretty vegetable and olive dishes, and canapes with tomatoes, pastries, cheeses, and prawns. There were also trays of nuts, chocolates, sweets, and some delicious chocolate moose cakes, and, of course, unlimited drinks, including alcoholic drinks, except during Ramadan.

The Palace Lounge has a no-kids policy, and although they are usually flexible in allowing children in for breakfast (only). There are sofas and tables right outside the lounge, and families tend to just “pass the plate” out to the kids sitting outside the lounge. Not ideal.

The space in each lounge is fairly small, and while I am not keen on the look, the food offering is undeniably excellent. Given the prices of the main meals in the restaurants at this property, the lounge offers fair value, and the lounge upgrade is well worth paying for.

4. The Rosewood Abu Dhabi

The Rosewood Abu Dhabi has one of the best executive club lounges in Abu Dhabi called the Manor Club. This lounge has floor-to-ceiling windows with exceptional views of the city, wooden flooring, and brightly colored leather furnishings. Cylindrical ceiling lights offer detailing above you, and there’s a smart eating area with a buffet and a golden yellow backlit wall emitting a warm glow over the food area.

Wooden shelving and book displays line the walls, reminiscent of a private residence, and this lounge also has the latest newspapers and magazines.

Complimentary breakfast, lunch snacks, afternoon tea, and a light dinner buffet with evening cocktails and tapas are available, as well as refreshments throughout the day.

Club guests also get complimentary utilization of the Manor Club boardroom for one hour per stay, subject to availability, early check-in, and late check-out, subject to availability, 20% off the Spa, and complimentary pressing of up to two items per stay.

This lounge isn’t overly child-friendly, with children older than six years are welcomed in the Manor Club until 6:00 pm, with adult accompaniment. Children under six years old are not allowed.

5. Fairmont Bab Al Bahr Abu Dhabi

Situated at the gateway to the city is Fairmont Bab Al Bahr Abu Dhabi, a beachfront five-star hotel in Abu Dhabi with unrivaled views of the Sheikh Zayed Grand Mosque. The bad news is that this hotel is located some way away from everything except for the Grand Mosque.

Shopping enthusiasts will be spoiled with choice at the newest destination for retail therapy – Yas Mall. While within walking distance, revel in quaint artisanal shops in a Venetian-themed souk (market), complete with a leisurely abra (boat) ride down winding canal ways.

An outdoor, Olympic-length swimming pool with dedicated family and children areas, a Jacuzzi, and a pristine beach line offer a refreshing pace, while world-class dining, including Marco Pierre White restaurant from the former three Michelin star British chef, completes the luxury experience.

Near the Abu Dhabi National Exhibition Centre (ADNEC), Fairmont Bab Al Bahr also complements business travel with ten meeting rooms and a ballroom, with flexible layouts extending out to lawn spaces and piers into the Abu Dhabi Creek with spectacular views.

With a striking exterior made of sheer blue glass, Fairmont Bab Al Bahr features 369 contemporary and spacious guestrooms and suites, as well as Fairmont Gold rooms and lounge. The Fairmont Gold lounge is one of the largest club lounges in the city, filled with plush seating areas, a daily made-to-order breakfast, and evening hor d’ouvres and beverages served against a staggering backdrop of Sheikh Zayed Grand Mosque.

Your Fairmont Gold club lounge experience begins the moment you arrive when you are escorted directly to the private Fairmont Gold reception area located on the 7th floor. This dedicated check-in desk is open from 6:00 – 12:00 am.

In the exclusive Fairmont Gold Lounge, you can unwind in the lounge and enjoy special privileges such as access to various newspapers and magazines or even catch up on email with complimentary computers and Wi-Fi access. Throughout the day, coffee, tea, and an honor bar are provided, as well as complimentary cocktail canapés in the evening. A healthy and bountiful Arabic and European breakfast is served daily in the morning. There’s no champagne in this Gold Lounge. Instead, they offer prosecco along with other complimentary alcohol in the early evening, including beer, vodka, brandy, whiskey, gin, and liqueurs like Baileys. You can also order cocktails, but the alcohol is generally basic brands, not any expensive high-end brands.

During the Holy Month of Ramadan, please note Fairmont Gold operates slightly differently.

When compared to other Accor branded hotels like the Sofitel the Palm, the Fairmont Bab Al Bahr is the best. The Sofitel feels a lot more crowded, and the service is better in Bab Al Bahr. The beaches are similar, both human-made, but the view from the Sofitel is probably better. The Sofitel is a big resort hotel, and the Fairmont is smaller, with a beach and a nice pool. The beach & pool area is probably one of the nicest in Abu Dhabi.

6. Jumeirah Etihad Towers Abu Dhabi

Jumeirah Etihad Towers Abu Dhabi has an impressive executive lounge with impressive views, it is really high up! Five dramatically sculpted towers set a standard for luxury hotels in Abu Dhabi. Enjoy the prestigious and exclusive residential services while gazing at the sunset over the Arabian Gulf. The lavishly appointed services are designed to meet your every need. This is a great hotel and ideal if you are a member of the Jumeirah loyalty scheme. Plus, it has a little beach. This hotel is very “city” in style and is less of a beach resort than the hotels outlined above.

Complimentary services include breakfast, light lunch, afternoon tea, hors d’oeuvres, desserts, drinks, a meeting room on Level 45 (up to three hours per day, subject to availability), and Late check-out at 3:00 pm (subject to availability).

7. Shangri-La Hotel Qaryat Al Beri, Abu Dhabi

The Shangri-La Hotel, Qaryat Al Beri, Abu Dhabi is set on an exclusive one-kilometer beachfront setting with five outdoor swimming pools, a fully equipped health club, and a yoga room. It is actually right across the waterway from the Ritz-Carlton.

Choose to take a walk by the pristine white sands overlooking the outstanding Sheikh Zayed Grand Mosque or lounge by the infinity pool. Take an abra (traditional boat) to the souq next door or to a healing treatment at the spectacular spa. Pampered and at peace, return to the luxurious room for a night in, or you could savor the flavors at a number of award-winning restaurants.

Each of the 213 rooms features a balcony or terrace with a breathtaking view of the canal. All rooms are elegantly appointed with modern facilities and Arabian architectural flare.

Shangri-La has created its exclusive club rooms and lounge with special benefits for frequent business and leisure guests. Each room offers 45 m² to 55 m² / 483 ft² to 591 ft² of luxury, and club guests receive access to the exclusive Horizon Club Lounge and its full range of privileges. Horizon Club Deluxe Rooms feature additional services for your business and leisure requirements, including personalized concierge services, 24-hour IT butler service, and personalized in-room check-in and check-out.

The Horizon Club offers private check-in and check-out, along with a warm beverage delivered to your room each morning. Start the day right with an all-inclusive breakfast and unwind in style with evening cocktails. A dedicated Club Concierge is also on hand to take care of all your needs, from travel arrangements to basic translation services.

Children of registered hotel guests under the age of 6 can enjoy buffet meals at no extra cost in the All Day Dining venue when accompanied by a paying adult, up to 2 children. For more than two children under the age of 6 or children who are six years and above but under the age of 12, a 50% discount on the buffet price will be given.

8. Grand Hyatt Abu Dhabi

If you are looking for luxury, the Grand Hyatt Abu Dhabi is one of the newest luxury hotels in Abu Dhabi with a decent club lounge and being new, this is a fantastic choice, particularly if you want to earn and redeem World of Hyatt points.

Hyatt Hotels only recently opened Grand Hyatt Abu Dhabi Hotel & Residence Emirates Pearl, the first Grand Hyatt hotel to open in the United Arab Emirates’ capital city, Abu Dhabi. The luxury property combines iconic brand elements and awe-inspiring design and architecture with a central location in the capital that offers easy access to world-class shopping, dining, and cultural events. We particularly like the 50-meter infinity pool, the kids’ pool, and the plunge pool, all surrounded by classy decking and plush loungers. There’s also a small private beach area too for those who prefer to dip their toes in the sand.

As the second Grand Hyatt hotel in the United Arab Emirates, joining Grand Hyatt Dubai, the Abu Dhabi property is a noteworthy addition to Hyatt’s steadfastly growing hotel portfolio in the Middle East.

A short 35-minute drive from Abu Dhabi International Airport and the Louvre Abu Dhabi, the hotel is located along the charming Corniche, offering generous beachfront promenades and stunning landmark city views that feature famed UAE landmarks, including Emirates Palace, the Presidential Palace, and The Founder’s Memorial.

Meticulously designed with bold and vibrant features, the property houses 332 guestrooms, 36 lavish suites, including the Presidential and Palatial Royal Suites, and 60 full-service one and two-bedroom residences.

For those residing on the Suite or Club floor, additional exclusivity can be discovered on the 26th floor, as the Grand Club Lounge will provide luxurious living space with sweeping views of the city’s skyline and the glittering Arabian Gulf.

Grand Club access offers complimentary breakfast, all-day tea and coffee, and complimentary drinks and appetizers between 6:00 – 8:00 pm, with views of the Arabian Gulf or the Emirates Palace.

This Grand Hyatt costs 21,000 World Of Hyatt loyalty points per night for a club room or 15,000 World Of Hyatt loyalty points per night for an ordinary room if you want to redeem a stay here.

The Park Hyatt Abu Dhabi is 25,000 World of Hyatt points per night. The Park Hyatt is a much more luxurious hotel, but it does not have a club lounge.

9. Le Royal Meridien Abu Dhabi

Le Royal Meridien Abu Dhabi boasts panoramic Arabic Gulf views and features a revolving rooftop restaurant and an outdoor pool set in a landscaped garden. The beach and pool area are the highlights of this hotel, along with the interesting sculptures in the lobby.

All rooms at Le Royal Meridien Abu Dhabi are decorated in warm tones and have a view of the Gulf or the city. They include a TV with multilingual channels, and a dressing area with a full-length mirror and fluffy bathrobes. Guests can relax in the hot tub or enjoy a game of squash on the sports court.

In terms of location, Marina Mall is 5.6 miles away, while Abu Dhabi Mall is 1.9 miles away from Le Royal Meridien. Abu Dhabi Golf Club is 14.3 miles away.

The Royal Club is a great place to eat and have a drink. Soft drinks, coffee, and snacks are served all day long. Breakfast is not served in the lounge but in this restaurant. It is nicely prepared and displayed.

The lounge itself is small but sufficient. There are all-day finger sandwiches, cakes, soft drinks, juices, and coffee. Happy hour is available from early evening and features beer, wine, and hard liquor served alongside sandwiches and two hot dishes.

When it’s not too warm or humid outside, it’s nice to sit on the lounge’s balcony with an ice-cold beer. Worth noting the lounge closes at 8:00 pm.

10. InterContinental Abu Dhabi

I am a major fan of InterContinental club lounges. The InterContinental brand offers some of the best club lounges in London and also offers one of the top club lounges in Abu Dhabi too.

Unfortunately, this InterContinental is not one of our favorites due to its dated design and room noise. The rooms here can be noisy due to the cheap windows which have been installed. Guests can clearly hear the many nearby construction noises and local street noises.

That said, the InterContinental Abu Dhabi does have club lounges. Whether it is for a morning coffee with a paper or evening canapés with stunning marina views, this lounge is a great place to hang out if you choose to stay here.

Retreat to this sophisticated lounge on the 18th floor from 6:30 am – 11:30 pm and enjoy the floor-to-ceiling windows with expansive Abu Dhabi and marina views, plus gourmet treats, including complimentary breakfast, afternoon tea, cocktail hour, and all-day refreshments and light bites.

With a private meeting room, PCs’ and business services on hand to assist you in your virtual office. If you’d like to arrange activities or excursions during your stay, speak to their Club InterContinental Manager, who will take care of all the details. In the evening, there is a selection of cold food in the lounge during the cocktail hour, plus servers constantly come around to your table with hot canapes, someone is always pouring Arabic coffee, and there are stations with bread, cheese, cold meat, and salad as well as a dessert display.

11. Sofitel Abu Dhabi

The The Sofitel Abu Dhabi is conveniently located in the city’s Corniche, one of the most prestigious districts, this luxury 280-room hotel sparkles on the sea coast. Chill out by the pool at an outdoor Grills@Chill’O restaurant, enjoy live music at the chic Jazz&Fizz bar, or rejuvenate at So Spa. Our elegant rooms and suites have MyBed, free Wi-Fi, and offer an unparalleled experience with breathtaking views over the harbor.

Walk over Corniche, an impressive eight-kilometer waterfront with pedestrian pathways, parks, and cafes. Visit the stunning beach with turquoise water and white sand on Saadiyat Island, or entertain yourself at Ferrari World Abu Dhabi or Yas Waterworld on Yas Island.

Club Millesime is the club lounge at the Sofitel Abu Dhabi and is a nice but fairly standard club lounge without anything outstanding about it except for the view. This club lounge is on the 35th floor and offers a great view of the Persian Gulf. Unfortunately, you cannot check-in and out from the lounge. But the service is superb. There is a cold buffet for breakfast with loads of chopped-up fruits: melon, pineapple, kiwi, and more, plus cold meats and cheeses, yogurts, fruit salads, veggies, whole fruit, nuts, smoked salmon, and you can order plenty of warm options from the menu including eggs.

There are free evening cocktails from early evening and light bites, including veggies, canapes, olives, sliced meats, and mini puddings. Nice, but not enough to fill you up. You will need to eat out, which is why this lounge comes near the bottom of our best club lounge list. This hotel also doesn’t have its own private beach, so it is not a favorite of ours.

12. Hilton Abu Dhabi

The Hilton is located on the Corniche by the beach, near restaurants, malls, and offices, and around 36 km away from the Abu Dhabi International Airport (AUH). It is a short 4-minute cab ride to the Marina Mall and is split into two parts: the Hiltonia Beach Club on the beach and the rest of the hotel across the road. The beach club here is super, with lots of slides going into the pool for the kids and a nice area of beach equipped with comfy padded loungers and sun brollies.

The hotel and lounge are fairly bog-standard generic Hilton and not particularly luxurious. The lounge looks more like a restaurant than a luxury escape, with seats and tables for eating but not much space for relaxing. With Hilton Honors Diamond status, you get free access to this Executive Lounge on the 10th floor.

The lounge’s modern look is pleasing, and it has a lovely view of the Gulf, but it tends to be packed with guests. The alcoholic drinks are not on display, and you have to ask a member of staff for the options, which were quite limited. Beer, wine, and a couple of other options.

Food is on the greasy side with the evening offering, including a lot of pastry-covered items and spring rolls, etc., plus lots of cheeses, veggies, crisps, and some stand-out crumble style and chocolate mousse desserts.

The Hilton Abu Dhabi is not a great choice for a family holiday or for a short work trip because of its basic small rooms. They are uninteresting boxes. Usually, the nearby Le Meridien, Intercontinental, Sheraton, or Beach Rotana are around the same cost and have better rooms and club lounges. The best thing about this hotel is the Hiltonia Beach Club. Still, unless it comes in significantly cheaper than the other four hotels, I would always choose the others over this mediocre hotel.

13. Four Seasons Abu Dhabi

The Four Seasons Hotel Abu Dhabi at Al Maryah Island is perched on a collection of more than 200 islands. With its distinctive exterior of vertical lines inspired by the souks’ colorful textiles, you’ll find this 34-story Hotel on Al Maryah Island, just across from the Rosewood, which was reviewed above.

This is undoubtedly one of the best hotels in Abu Dhabi. Mingle with fellow travelers in the elegant Al Meylas lounge, find your bliss in Dahlia Spa, or explore The Galleria, Abu Dhabi’s most refined new shopping center, without ever having to step outside.

This hotel has a beautiful lobby containing interesting artwork. Light-filled guest rooms and suites all offer water views. Entertain in six stylish restaurants and lounges. Unwind in the relaxing radiance of Dahlia Spa, or bask in the sun on the pool terrace.

Unfortunately, the Four Seasons Abu Dhabi has a gorgeous Al Meylas lounge but no executive club lounge, but we have included this Four Seasons in our club lounge article. It really is one of your best luxury hotel options in Abu Dhabi. It should be considered for a stay even though it doesn’t have a club lounge. The Eclipse Terrace Lounge is the other hotel lounge here, which also offers an open-air setting on the third-floor pool deck, serving fresh seafood during the day, then by night, transforming into a chill-out lounge and dining venue.

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