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Close to Fujairah's main attractions, this Hilton hotel has been strategically positioned for guests to enjoy all the surrounding action; from here guests can easily make a trip to the Gold Souk or Kalba Lagoon, explore the Fujairah heritage village, take Mountain and Desert Safaris, visit the Wadi Wurrahya Waterfall or go on a duty-free spending spree at nearby Dubai. Bring the children along to enjoy the pool and explore the nearby Al Hayl Fort, try your hand at tennis or completely unwind in the health club...The possibilities are truly endless at the modern Hilton Fujairah.
Accommodation at Hilton Fujairah is modern and luxurious with impeccably well appointed rooms featuring splendid garden views from balconies, terraces or patios, all featuring high speed internet access and divided into the following categories:
Deluxe Rooms - these 24m2 rooms with balconies offer city, garden or sea views and make working in comfort an easy task with an ergonomic chair, . Refresh at the wonderfully appointed marble bathroom as you slip into the warmth of a fluffy bathrobe. These rooms come with either King Size beds or Twin beds.
Deluxe Plus Rooms - a little more spacious than the standard Deluxe rooms, these 29m2 also offer stunning city, garden or sea views with a more roomy seating area with sofa. They also come with either King Size or Twin beds.
King Pacha Suites - with a balcony looking out onto the sea or garden, a separate working area, a living room, and a second bathroom, this suite spoils guests with 42m2 of contemporary designed space in cool and calm tones. Featuring one King size bed and a sofa bed, these rooms can be occupied by a maximum of 5 adults.
King Luxury Chalet - a superbly furbished and beautifully designed home from home expanding out onto 68m2 of luxury space for guests looking for the ultimate pampering and comfort. These chalets have their own patios featuring garden views, a separate working and dining area, as well as a living room. Special added touches include newspaper, slippers, flowers and fruit.
All rooms, suites and chalets feature the following amenities & services:
Restaurants & Bars
With an ample choice of dining options offered at this hotel's 4 distinctive restaurants and bars, the hard part will be deciding which to visit first.
Facilities & Entertainment
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It isn't unusual for people to confuse Dubai with Abu Dhabi, and to mistake Dubai for the name of the country. Let's set things straight - Dubai is one of seven emirate cities in the country, United Arab Emirates (UAE). Abu Dhabi is the UAE's capital.
Dubai is the first emirate city to have been put on the map and now, the adult playground, needs no introduction. Abu Dhabi, its older sister, is a little less wild and is more of an administrative and residential emirate city. The next emirate to haul itself onto the tourist map is Ras al-Khaimah due to its orange deserts, blue waters lined by white sand beaches and pearl fishing legacy. Ajman and Sharjah are much smaller emirates and are fairly residential. Umm al-Quwain is also very quiet and offers few specific reasons to visit.
The United Arab Emirates is governed by the equivalent of kings, or Sheikhs, as they are locally known. The late Sheikh Zayed bin Sultan Al Nahyan was the founding sheikh of the Emirates in 1962, when oil was first discovered in Abu Dhabi. His eldest son, Sheikh Khalifa bin Zayed Al Nahyan, succeeded as ruler of Abu Dhabi and per the country's constitution, he also became president of the UAE. Sheikh Mohammad bin Zayed Al Nahyan succeeded Khalifa as Crown Prince of Abu Dhabi. In January 2006, Sheikh Maktoum bin Rashid Al Maktoum, the prime minister of the UAE and the ruler of Dubai, died, and the crown prince Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum assumed both roles.
The UAE, Bahrain and Qatar, were under British protection and rule until the late 1960s, when the countries were given their independence. It wasn't until 1972 that the seven emirates agreed to form the UAE federation.