The new Jumeirah at Saadiyat Island Resort concept enables you to pamper yourself while doing your bit for the environment proving you can indulge yourself and feel good about it.
The new Jumeirah at Saadiyat Island Resort aspires to be a hotel with a conscience. The hotel’s many admirable qualities include eco-friendly touches that guests can feel very good about. The stylish décor is minimalist, hip, and green with an artsy lobby chandelier so striking it could moonlight in the Louvre Abu Dhabi.
If location is everything, Jumeirah at Saadiyat Island Resort’s exalted beachfront address may be the secret to its success. One of a string of luxury hotels dotted along Abu Dhabi’s pristine Saadiyat Beach, this hotel stands out for its signature futuristic design and lengthy stretch of sand.
The property’s 293 rooms include eight villas with private pools, 64 suites and six panoramic suites offering floor-to-ceiling glass walls which open so guests may enjoy the sea breeze. Expansive sea views or extended patios overlook the pristine, unspoiled beach, and tranquil waters.
The eight restaurants include the chic all-day dining venue White. Mare Mare for authentic Italian summer food. TEAN serves mezzes and grills by the beach and Majilis Saadiyat and The Lounge are perfect for coffee and tea. The brilliant Pool Bar rounds out the dining offerings.
Lose yourself in conscious pampering in the resort’s signature grand Moroccan hammam as you indulge in a cleansing ritual as old as time. Organic spa rituals and result driven spa therapies offer the ultimate way to unwind in the lap of luxury.
If you love all things new and modern and are keen on supporting a hotel with a conscience, book your stay at Jumeirah at Saadiyat Island Resort and be among the first to sample this refreshing new take on hospitality.
A Refreshing Plastic Ban
Seated next to the water, the Jumeirah at Saadiyat Island Resort has a vested interest in protecting its beautiful blue front yard, so the hotel is committed to preserving and conserving its pristine waters. They’ve partnered up with “Trust Your Water,” and the hotel will offer guests reusable plastic bottles, which can be refilled at the resort’s water stations, providing locally sourced filtered water. In guest rooms, water will be served in reusable glass bottles. The resort has also banned the use of plastic straws, favouring recycled material straws instead.
Published on October 2018