Set amidst beautifully landscaped gardens, gurgling fountains and Venetian-inspired buildings, The Ritz-Carlton Abu Dhabi, Grand Canal offers a
luxury beach resort experience minutes away from the city
The honoring of cultures can be found throughout the Abu Dhabi resort, from the Bedouin-inspired spa
to the array of dining experiences. Located across from the iconic Sheikh Zayed Grand Mosque, our Abu Dhabi luxury resort offers a breathtaking setting and features.Sheikh Zayed Grand Mosque
Guests of all faiths are entranced by the smooth lines of cool, white marble, intricately weaved carpets, elegant arches and accents of gold at the Sheikh Zayed Grand Mosque. The third-largest mosque in the world, it features 82 domes and is the primary place of worship for local community. As the Grand Mosque is located near the hotel, guests can choose to walk or take a complimentary luxury shuttle departing hourly from the hotel lobby.Manarat Al Saadiyat Centre
Manarat Al Saadiyat literally means ‘the place of enlightenment’. It is a 15,400 sqm visitor centre, designed to bring the vision of Saadiyat island to life through an interactive experience that showcases the history, culture and future plans of Saadiyat. An entire district on Saadiyat Island is devoted to culture and the arts. Unprecedented in scale and scope, Saadiyat Cultural District will be a live canvas for global culture, drawing local, regional and international visitors with unique exhibitions, permanent collections, productions and performances. Its iconic institutions will be housed in buildings drawing a statement of the finest architecture at the beginning of the 21st century. Once completed, the complex will house Louvre Abu Dhabi, Zayed National Museum, Frank Gehry-designed Guggenheim Abu Dhabi, Performing Arts Centre and Maritime Museum.
Abu Dhabi Falcon Hospital
This award winning specialized hospital, the most advanced of its kind in the world, offers guided tours during which visitors can visit the luxurious wards where the birds are kept, explore the museum, and learn about the aristocratic desert sport of falconry, or try their hand at the pursuit in the hospital’s lush gardens.