Pirates, we all deserve some 5* treatment now and again and no one does top notch luxury like the 5* Beach Rotana Abu Dhabi. Therefore we have found this great 5 night long flight and hotel package in Abu Dhabi.
Enjoy everything this incredible city has to offer safe in the knowledge that you are being looked after by the best in the business! So what do you say Pirates? Live the 5* lifestyle at 3* prices this May!
This deal is for room only, however, it is easy to upgrade to anything from B&B to all inclusive!
Booking Info Timeframe: 1. May. 2019 - 30. Jun. 2019
Example departure in May from London:
- January from £552* per person
- February from £533* per person
- March from £563* per person
- April from £596* per person
Please note -- *Prices are correct at time of publishing, based on the sample dates provided and are subject to fluctuation, depending on availability. Prices are subject to change. Inventory may be limited. Special T&C’s may apply.
- Travel duration: 5 nights
- Departures spanning January - May 2019
- Example date: 15th – 21st May 2017
- Example flights from London to Abu Dhabi International
- 5* accommodation
- 4.5/5 Tripadvisor rated
- Board basis – room only
- ATOL Protection included
- Based on 2 adults sharing
Price breakdown for 2 adults sharing:
Total cost of holiday £980 / 2 = £490* per person
About your stay
After touching down in Abu Dhabi International you'll arrive at the 5* Beach Rotana. You'll have access to many amenities including an outdoor pool, spa and hi-spec gym.
Meals are extra so you can either upgrade to a number of boards available or explore the city and it's many eateries.
Travelling in early May is the perfect time to visit this amazing city: it allows you to avoid the heat of the middle of summer and gets you in just before the city quietens down during Ramadan.
Ramadan, which is the holy month of fasting, takes place between May 5 to June 4, 2019. What does that mean for travelling Westerners? Westerners are not expected to obey by the fasting rules, however it is polite to adhere to local customs whenever possible, for example by dressing conservatively when visiting public places and not eating in public during daylight. Usually hotels and resorts however operate as usual, and malls in Dubai have extended their opening hours to about 1am, with restaurants staying open until 2am.