OLD WORLD FLIGHTS

Abu Dhabi Falcon Hospital is the world’s largest and most advanced falcon hospital.

SHEIKH ZAYED GRAND MOSQUE

As the country’s largest mosque, Sheikh Zayed Grand Mosque is also one of the world’s most impressive modern Islamic architectural masterpieces.

LUXURIOUS TO THE CORE

Explore the region’s largest collection of luxury brands under one roof. From designer fashion to accessories and beauty products, guests can find what their hearts desire.

LOUVRE ABU DHABI

The first Universal Museum in the Arab World that will house galleries and artworks with an emphasis on cultural influences.

AN ISLAND OF CULTURE

Designed by Frank Gehry, the largest Guggenheim in the world will encompass both modern artists from the Western canon, as well as providing a highlighting on Middle Eastern art.

EXOTIC FLAVORS ABOUND

The souk at Central Market is a treasure trove of ethnic gems, from jewelry to antiques, infused with local flavor; it is a must for first-time travelers to the Middle East.

A LUXURY LANDMARK

Changing color from day to night, the Emirates Palace is one of Abu Dhabi’s finest sights.

ZAYED NATIONAL MUSEUM

A monumental memorial that tells the story of the late Sheikh Zayed bin Sultan Al Nahyan and his unification of the UAE.

SHOP

The Galleria

Directly connected to Rosewood Abu Dhabi, The Galleria on Al Maryah Island is a luxury shopping and dining destination with a stunning waterfront promenade located in the Abu Dhabi Global Market Square, Abu Dhabi’s international financial center. With more than 130 brands under one roof, The Galleria features a mix of high-end retailers and licensed and unlicensed chef-driven restaurants and cafes.  Since its opening in August 2013, The Galleria has become home to the world’s most iconic luxury fashion and fine jewelry brands including Cartier, Gucci, Louis Vuitton, and Prada, as well as an array of more than 50 first-to-Abu Dhabi brands. 

Modern Souk

On the site of the original commercial district and extending across three levels, WTC Souk is a contemporary interpretation of the traditional market in Abu Dhabi. The Al Khalifa Street Bridge, which is lined with restaurants and cafes, conveniently connects the Souk to the Mall at WTC. Strolling through any of its 250 outlets, shoppers can find traditional artefacts, abayas, henna, spices, jewellery, Arabic perfumes, traditional clothing and accessories of all kinds.With a fusion of classic Arabian architecture and modern design, WTC Souk also features stunning public squares, a central atrium with a retractable roof and beautiful rooftop gardens – elements that come together seamlessly to create a vibrant and attractive retail environment for tourists and local residents alike.

 

Abu Dhabi Mall

A shopper’s paradise that offers over 200 shops, this is one of Abu Dhabi’s most glitzy malls. Big names abound, including Paris Gallery, Caroline Herrera and Zara, selling everything from perfumes and handbags to high street fashion and home décor. The comprehensive complex is complemented by plenty of restaurants and coffee shops, a children’s play area and a Cineplex.