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Abu Dhabi’s Hospitality Sector Flourishes with Diversity and Sustainability

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Abu Dhabi’s hospitality industry is thriving, showcasing a blend of luxury, culture, and sustainability. Michael Koth, General Manager at Emirates Palace Mandarin Oriental Abu Dhabi, highlights the sector’s diverse attributes:

Key Highlights

  • Culinary Excellence: The city boasts an impressive range of dining options, from Michelin-starred restaurants to local eateries serving authentic Emirati cuisine.
  • Cultural Richness: Cultural landmarks like the Louvre Abu Dhabi enhance the hospitality experience, offering visitors a blend of art and history.
  • Eco-Conscious Growth: The sector’s growth is aligned with eco-sustainability, aiming to preserve Abu Dhabi’s natural beauty.
  • Festive Season Success: The hospitality sector experienced positive booking trends during the festive season, particularly from international markets like the UK, Germany, Russia, India, China, and Japan.
  • Luxurious Amenities: Emirates Palace offers diverse culinary options, luxurious accommodation, spa treatments, and beach activities, making it a unique leisure destination.
  • Sustainable Initiatives: In line with the UAE’s COP28 alignment, the hotel introduced vegan rooms, a first in the region and in luxury hospitality, emphasizing the use of non-animal-based products and materials.


Abu Dhabi’s hospitality sector is not just a symbol of luxury but also a testament to the city’s commitment to cultural richness and sustainable development. This balance of opulence, tradition, and eco-consciousness positions Abu Dhabi as a unique and attractive destination for tourists worldwide​

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