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The hilton al ain is a six storey resort hotel set amid landscaped gardens three kilometres from the city centre and 15 kilometres from the desert. This six floor hotel features 202 air conditioned guestrooms, suites and villas, all of which have light, modern decor and wooden furnishings and open onto balconies or terraces. In room amenities include high speed internet connections, satellite television and minibars, while bathrooms come with telephones, bidets, handheld showers and hair dryers. The hotel has a large outdoor leisure pool with swim up bar, water park, shipwreck, waterslide, fountains and a shaded paddling pool for children. In addition, there is an adults only 25 metre lap pool, as well as a gym, saunas, jetted tubs and steam rooms, with healthy snacks, fresh fruit juices and cocktails served at the club house and sports bar. Lifeguards supervise all pools, and a swimming instructor is available for private and group lessons. Active guests will enjoy the 9 hole par 3 golf course, squash and tennis courts. Children aged 4 to 12 will be kept entertained by theme park excursions and the monthly children's fun factory, and a weekly supervised disco is provided for teens. Complimentary onsite parking facilities, attended by a uniformed service team, can accommodate 300 vehicles. There are a number of dining options on site, including al khayam, an authentic persian restaurant offering grilled dishes, iranian specialities and sangak bread baked in a traditional clay oven, and paco's, a lively tex mex bar and restaurant hosting weekend parties, theme nights, live jazz, quizzes and ladies' nights. Guests interested in the rich history of the area will find the al ain museum and the historic mud brick fortsfive kilometres away. Those looking for a family day out can watch camel racing or visit hili fun city, both of which are within 10 kilometres of the hotel.
Hilton Al Ain
Al Sarooj District, Al Ain, United Arab Emirates
Al Sarooj District
United Arab Emirates
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