Anantara has opened its fourth hotel in Abu Dhabi.
Anantara Al Yamm Villa Resort is on Sir Bani Yas Island which is the largest natural island in the United Arab Emirates and home to one of the region’s largest wildlife reserves.
Thanks to decades of conservation work, the island is now home to thousands of free-roaming animals such as the Arabian oryx, gazelles, giraffes and cheetahs, along with several million trees and plants.
The hotel has 30 villas on the eastern shore of the island with 21 on the beach and nine, including the only two bedroom villas, over look the lagoon where the flamingos hang out.
There are six restaurants to choose from including Italian Olio, signature seafood restaurant, Samak, or the beachside Amwaj.
Additional facilities include a beachside swimming pool, a library, a spa and an exercise room.
Each villa has a rainforest shower with large separate bathtub, high-definition flat screen TV’s and an iPod docking station.
Activities include a nature and wildlife drive, kayaking amongst the mangroves, horse riding or scuba diving.
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