Park Hyatt Abu Dhabi Hotel and Villas
Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates
based on 7 nights inc. flights
* Pricing is a guideline only and excludes special offers. Travel over peak periods (e.g. Christmas, New Year and other public holidays) can affect prices considerably, as can exchange rates, flight class and room type.
International economy flights and taxes from the UK
per person for 7 nights in a Park Room based on two sharing on a bed and breakfast basis, including transfers.
At a Glance
Located on a 9km stretch of environmentally protected white sandy beach on Saadiyat Island
Just a 20 minute drive from Ferrari World theme park and a 25 minute drive from Sheikh Zayed Mosque - one of the largest mosques in the world.
Guaranteed inter-connecting rooms in the hotel
Kids Club for those younger guests from the age of 5 - 12 years old.
"One of the Best New Hotels in the World" by Conde Nast Traveler in 2012
Best time to Visit
Good time to visit
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The best time to visit the UAE is between October and November and then February and March, when temperatures hang around the mid-20s and the humidity is under control. While December and January are generally considered the best months to go, the weather over the last couple of ‘winters’ has been unpredictable with occasional cloud and rain.
The month of Ramadan means hotel rates are heavily discounted, but while outside the resort, Ramadan is strictly adhered to, within the resorts you will notice very little difference.
High summer (July and August) means heavy discounted hotels it’s a great option for a cheap getaway but it will be very very hot and very very humid!
Park Hyatt is conveniently located just 25 minutes drive from Abu Dhabi airport on a nine-kilometre stretch of beach on Saadiyat Island. It is a great hotel for both couples and families looking for a short stop over or a relaxed beach holiday.
Park Hyatt Abu Dhabi has 306 spacious hotel rooms and suites that are generously sized, starting from 50 square metres and offer exceptional views of Saadiyat Beach, an environmentally protected beach, the golf club or the hotel gardens. Each room features a separate balcony or terrace. Park Hyatt Abu Dhabi has four outdoor swimming pools to choose from, including a children’s swimming pool for younger guests.
Park Hyatt Abu Dhabi Hotel presents a wide selection of authentic cuisines from different parts of the world with three different restaurants to choose from. Each restaurant is complemented by unrestricted views of Saadiyat Beach and the beautifully landscaped hotel gardens. In addition to the restaurants the hotel has The Library, a contemporary tea lounge serving selected teas and coffees and The Park Bar where guests can enjoy a wide selection of award winning wines, premium spirits and cocktails.
The luxurious Atarmia Spa spread over two levels offers exclusive privacy. The day spa features an extensive range of services and unique beauty and health treatments based on ingredients steeped in Arabia’s aromatic and opulent history as well as an exclusive swimming-pool and relaxation area.
There is also a fitness centre at Park Hyatt Abu Dhabi featuring a 25-metre outdoor lap pool as well as a flood lit tennis court and a high-tech gym.
There is a children's club on site, Camp Hyatt, which provides year-round indoor and outdoor activities for children aged 5 to 12, offering a wide range of activities and adventures focusing on culture, history, and the environment surrounding Abu Dhabi. Offering supervised and fun-filled activities, children can make new friends and learn new skills. Parents can enjoy some quiet time while their children learn and discover new experiences.
There are plenty of activities to do at Park Hyatt Abu Dhabi and beyond, ranging from golf, beach activities, desert safaris, boat tours through the mangroves and around the local coastal habitats, guided wildlife tours, a trip to the Sheikh Zayed Mosque or a visit to the Ferrari World theme park on Abu Dhabi’s Yas Island.
Park Hyatt Abu Dhabi has 306 rooms and suites all with fantastic views of Saadiyat Island, the golf course or the hotel gardens, each featuring a private balcony or terrace with ceiling fan. There are lavish open-plan marble bathrooms with an oversized stand-alone bath tub and dedicated rain-shower area designed by Hans Grohe. Each room has a 42-inch LED satellite television, DVD player, MP3 docking station, games console available upon request, telephone, high-speed Internet connectivity, safe, minibar, hairdryer, Nespresso coffee machine, kettle and tea selection. Each room features air-conditioning, a separate work area with desk and desk lamp, chaise longue, bathrobes, iron and ironing board, daily fresh fruit, wifi, 24 hour room service and complimentary morning newspaper.
Park Hyatt Abu Dhabi have their own children's club, Camp Hyatt, open from 10am to 6pm daily. The club provides indoor and outdoor activities for children age 5 to 12 years offering a selection of activities and adventures focusing on culture, history, and the environment surrounding Abu Dhabi.
The hotel has a number of different dining options to choose from serving cuisines from all corners of the world.
The Café serves authentic Middle Eastern specialties in a contemporary Arabic setting. There is the Park Bar & Grill which serves charcoal-grilled meats and a selection of Asian dishes from its large theatre-style kitchen. The Beach House serves Mediterranean cuisine and offers excellent views of Saadiyat Beach. The Library is a contemporary tea lounge serving hot drinks as well as homemade chocolates and pastries.
Kirsty Harper (Staff)
The Park Hyatt has a stylish and minimalist feel, with large rooms facing the sea and cabanas around the pool to relax in, this is a great beach option in Abu Dhabi. They do not offer many water sports as the hotel is a protected area due to turtles nesting on the beach, so keep an eye out to see if you can spot them! The hotel also has a lovely rooftop bar which has amazing sunset views.
Katie May (Staff)
I really loved the Park Hyatt. The hotel has a classy, city feel, and the decor has a slightly masculine and minimalist feel so may not be to everyone's taste. The service was superb, with a warm welcome from the moment you stepped through the door. The activities here are a little limited, but for good reason. The beach is environmentally protected as between May to September, turtles come up the beach to nest. If you are staying in one of the villas or beach front suites, you may even be lucky enough to witness them nesting!
Jack Mace (Staff)
The Park Hyatt has so many selling points it's hard to list them all! Itss a lovely property with a real sense of class and the service is outstanding. As you enter the friendly staff greet you at the door to make you feel instantly at home. As you pass down through the property you come to what I think was the best bit about the resort, the pools and garden. The main pool area is one of the most inviting and relaxing I've seen during my travels and if you are up early enough to get one of the double sunbeds set into pools you are in for a real treat. If you fancy a beach day take the one minute stroll past the pools and you have a 9km unspoilt beach paradise which is now a protected area. The property is not just great for couples but also a good option for families as there's a great kids club, family pool and 80% of the rooms connect.
Clare Monro (Staff)
The Park Hyatt is a wonderful property and is without doubt located on the best beach in the country. It is stylish with a contemporary and minimalist feel, very comfortable. I particularly like that all of the restaurants are la carte. There is a great kids club which even has its own (real life) tortoise called Tabbouleh! Don't miss out on chatting to Arabella, the marine biologist, who is really happy to give private talks about the wild and marine life in the area - dolphins swim by and turtles lay their eggs on the beach. It's a great property for both children and adults.
Dominic Atterton (Staff)
From the moment you set foot in the Park Hyatt you are transported into a cool, minimalist and deeply seductive environment. Low slung furniture, combined with whites, blacks and plenty of gold make it feel much cooler than the average beach resort and more like a boutique city hotel. This does not hide the fact that once you pass through the hotel you are greeted by an incredible pool and gardens sweeping down to a completely tranquil white sand beach completely protected in its natural state due to the turtles that nest here from May to September. Rooms work equally well for families or couples and there is a small family area with a children's club and pool for couples looking to spend an hour or two alone rather than have full time childcare throughout their stay. What really stood out for me was the quality of the restaurant options. There is a very high quality all day dining buffet as well as a very cool grill restaurant serving fantastic steaks (I can vouch for the Wagyu Ribeye) and a selection of fresh seafood. There is also a lovely beach restaurant called The Beach House which looks out over the water from its large terrace and is perfect for casual lunches or super chilled dinners as the sun sets. It is the ideal alternative to the light and airy but not quite as cool St Regis resort next door that ensures there is a hotel for everyone on Saadiyat Island.
Louisa Currey (Staff)
You will find Park Hyatt on a 9km sandy stretch of beach on Saadiyat Island. It is a wonderful hotel suitable for couples and families alike. As the beach is environmentally protected there are no motorised water sports available, but kids can make the most of Camp Hyatt Kids Club. The sites of Abu Dhabi are not far away and so for those wanting an adrenaline rush head to Yas Water World or Ferrari World.
Desert Safari with BBQ Dinner
No trip to Dubai is complete without experiencing a desert safari. Embark upon an unparalleled adventure over the golden sand dunes in a 4x4 followed by a magical evening in a traditional Bedouin camp.
Ferrari World Abu Dhabi
A tribute to the passion, excellence, performance and technical innovation that the Ferrari brand represents, this theme park is not only for car enthusiasts but also for thrill-seekers and families looking for an exciting day out.
Learn to Play Polo in Dubai
Offering the perfect introduction to the world's oldest and fastest team game, a polo lesson at Dubai's Polo Academy is a great opportunity to learn the rules and the key skills of the game, riding and hitting.
Track day at Yas Marina Circuit
Seize the opportunity of a lifetime and drive a Formula One race car at speed around a Formula One race track at the Yas Marina Circuit in Abu Dhabi. Choose from a range of super cars and buckle up and hit the track.
Location & directions
Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates
Park Hyatt is located on Saadiyat Island, a 9 kilometre stretch of environmentally protected beach. The resort is adjacent to the famous Saadiyat Beach Golf Club, minutes from the city’s prime business district, the Abu Dhabi Corniche, and 25 minutes from Abu Dhabi International Airport.
How to get there
The hotel is a 25-minute drive from Abu Dhabi Airport and a 90-minutes drive from Dubai Airport, both airports are approximately a 7-hour flight from London.
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