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


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


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.


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


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.


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.


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


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


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. 

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.

Marina Mall

This mall features a 100 metre high viewing platform, an ice rink, a bowling alley, a Cineplex, musical fountains and hundreds of big name brands and stores. A true Abu Dhabi landmark, Marina Mall's many restaurants and coffee shops make it possible to spend a full day here.

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.


Yas Mall

Located at the heart of the dynamic Yas Island, 20 minutes from downtown Abu Dhabi, Yas Mall serves as a gateway destination offering an unparalleled retail experience to local residents, tourists and international guests. Offering fashion, entertainment and dining, all under one roof, Yas Mall serves as a contemporary destination of wide avenues, all leading to a spacious and light social hub, an urban oasis known as Town Square.


Manarat Al Saadiyat

Manarat Al Saadiyat translates from Arabic as 'a place that provides enlightenment'.  This fascinating exhibition offers an interactive narrative on the history and cultural vision behind the island including the striking designs for new cultural institutions such as the Louvre Abu Dhabi and the Guggenheim Abu Dhabi.

Art Hub

Art Hub is the first artist community to be established in the United Arab Emirates and focuses on emerging and established visual artists from across the world.  Abu Dhabi Art Hub serves as a platform for interaction and cross-cultural artistic exchanges between national, regional and international artists.

Louvre Abu Dhabi

Born of an intergovernmental agreement between the UAE and France in 2007, Louvre Abu Dhabi has the vocation to be the first Universal museum in the Arab World translating the spirit of openness and dialogue of cultures. Linking Abu Dhabi with the name of the Louvre, Louvre Abu Dhabi will display works of historical, cultural and sociological significance from the most ancient to the most contemporary. Spanning millennia, the artworks on display will originate from civilizations all over the world. The originality of the museum trail resides in presenting these civilizations in the same spaces, galleries, rooms or gallery cabinet. Universal themes and common influences will be highlighted to illustrate similarities and exchanges arising from shared human experience transcending geography, nationality and history. Designed by Jean Nouvel and located in the Saadiyat Cultural District, the museum is set to turn the Cultural District into one of the hottest artistic destinations in the Middle East. It’s scheduled for completion in 2016.

The Guggenheim Museums and Foundation

Designed by internationally-renowned architect Frank Gehry, the new Guggenheim Abu Dhabi will further turn the Cultural District of Saadiyat Island into one of the most artistically vibrant grounds in the world. The 88,000-square-metre museum will house its own major modern and contemporary art collection, as well as present special exhibitions including works from the Guggenheim Foundation’s extensive collection. With special focus on the evolution of Middle Eastern contemporary art, the museum will also pioneer education programs that highlight the unique heritage of the region. The museum is scheduled for completion in 2017.

Zayed National Museum

The national museum of the UAE, tells the story of the late Sheikh Zayed bin Sultan Al Nahyan, his unification of the UAE, the history of the region and its cultural connections across the world. Furthermore, it will provide a forum for discussion, learning and inspiration for the entire Arab region. Designed by Pritzker-prize winning firm Foster + Partners, under the direction of Lord Norman Foster, the museum will be completed in 2016.


Zuma Abu Dhabi

Only 100m walk from Rosewood Abu Dhabi main door, Zuma is one of the 'it' restaurants in town. Following the Japanese Izakaya style of dining,  food is served to share. Dishes are steadily bought to the table creating an informal yet sophisticated style of eating and drinking with a contemporary twist 

Café Bateel

Located in The Galleria, Café Bateel represents the ultimate Bateel experience. A seamless blend of European café elegance and the distinct character of our Arabic heritage, Café Bateel provides a warm and sophisticated ambiance where you can enjoy extraordinary gourmet cuisine.

Godiva Cholates

Located at The Galleria, Godiva Chocolatier serves the best of Belgium. The store features a Godiva Chocolate Café: the perfect pit stop for an indulgent treat. Select from a tempting array of chocolates, patisserie, fondue, dipped strawberries as well as Godiva’s world-renowned Chocolixir drinks.

Stratos - Revolving Lounge Bar and Grill

Stratos, the unique rotating restaurant, is located in Le Royal Meridien Abu Dhabi and opened its doors to Abu Dhabi’s dining connoisseurs in September 2014.  Towering as a beacon above the capital and celebrating the idea of beauty in motion, Stratos aspires to take the hospitality experience to the next level.  Guests will revel in Stratos’ status as the only revolving bar and lounge concept in the capital, whilst enjoying perfectly crafted beverages and exquisite bites from the lounge or a la carte menu.

Brasserie Angélique

Brasserie Angélique is located in Jumeirah Etihad Towards and offers you an authentically inspired à la carte menu. The menu is created by chefs who truly understand the artistry and subtlety of French cuisine and its myriad flavours.With its extravagant, French-inspired interior, Brasserie Angélique makes you feel as if you have found your very own corner of France. And once your food arrives, you will be convinced.From exquisite seafood dishes to unforgettable desserts, come and experience the flavours of France as they should be.


Indian inspired cuisine.An ingenious reinterpretation of the flavours of the subcontinent, with a contemporary twist. A stunning, loft-style setting designed to foster social interaction and culinary discovery.

Tamba’s dishes combine the finest seasonal ingredients with a precise, exquisite technique and beautiful presentation. The menu encourages sharing and experimentation, retaining the social aspect of traditional Indian dining. A thoughtful wine list, with an emphasis on champagne, complements both the flavours of the food and the overall sense of occasion. Exciting, innovative signature cocktails are infused with the essence of contemporary India. 


Reinterpreting Italian cuisine, the Roberto's team introduces a distinct culinary experience of both the familiar and new by offering classic and modern Italian cuisine including signature dishes. The culinary team have come together to create a homegrown concept that blends Roman passion for food, Riccione hospitality, and Milanese style to the Abu Dhabi gastronomic scene.

Coming soon.


A trendy gem of an eatery in a city filled with flashy restaurants, Zuma serves innovative Japanese cuisine in a distinctive setting that merges lounge, bar and restaurant together with a small semi-private dining room. Evenings are enlivened by a DJ and live entertainment. This is sure to be a smart dining choice for the discerning traveler.


Heritage Village

This reconstruction of a traditional oasis village provides an interesting glimpse into the emirate’s past and traditional aspects of the desert way of life.  Craftsmen demonstrate traditional skills, such as metal work and pottery, while craftswomen sit weaving and spinning.

Abu Dhabi Falcon Hospital

The Abu Dhabi Falcon Hospital is the world’s largest, and most advanced, falcon hospital. Its highlight is a falcon display museum as well as a facility with free-flying falcons.  You can visit the luxurious wards where the birds are kept, gain an insight into the noble desert sport of falconry and try your hand at the pursuit in the lush gardens.

Tel: +971 2 5755155. Email: info@falconhospital.com. Hours: Sunday to Thursday, 8 a.m. to 4 p.m.

Masdar City

In 2008, Masdar City broke ground and embarked on a daring journey to develop the world’s most sustainable eco-city. Masdar City is successfully pioneering a “greenprint” for how cities can accommodate rapid urbanisation and dramatically reduce energy, water and waste.The city, which combines ancient Arabic architectural techniques with modern technology and captures prevailing winds is naturally cooler and more comfortable during the high summer temperatures.But the sun is also a blessing. Harnessing the sun’s rays, Masdar uses clean energy generated on site from rooftop solar technology and one of the largest photovoltaic installations in the Middle East.At the city’s core is an innovation engine.

With a few thousand people living and working in Masdar City, it is on its way to realising its vision. But this is only the beginning. Masdar City continues to add new businesses, schools, restaurants, apartments and much more, creating the diversity of any major, modern city.

A visit in Masdar City takes approximately 60-90 minutes, including the driverless vehicle experience in our personal rapid transit system and a comfortable walk through the city.

Pearl Journey

The Abu Dhabi Peal Journey experience is the first cultural and tourism product of its kind in the capital. A unique “edutainment” experience on board a traditional pearling boat that shows the history of the pearling industry in the Arabian Gulf region.

Emirates Palace

An Abu Dhabi landmark, this luxury hotel blends Arabian splendor with the latest technology to create a magical experience for all visitors. By day, the hotel is a vision in gold and green – its sandy colors contrasts with fresh green gardens, silvery fountains and blue skies. By night, the hotel’s lighting changes subtly to produce a majestic rainbow-like effect over the main dome. This truly is an architectural gem that changes from day to night.


Sheikh Zayed Grand Mosque

This architectural work of art is one the world’s largest mosques, with a capacity for an astonishing 41,000 worshippers. It features 82 domes, over a 1,000 columns, 24 carat gold gilded chandeliers and the world's largest hand knotted carpet. The mosque's first ceremony was the funeral of its namesake, Sheikh Zayed, who is buried at the site.

The striking white and gold colours shining in the sun are transformed at night by a unique lightning system which reflects the phases of the moon.

Saadiyat Beach Club

Nestled away on the island of Saadiyat, Abu Dhabi, the club celebrates health and wellness in natural surroundings and beautiful facilities. Built along the shores of the Arabian Gulf, this is your place to get away for the day and relax.

Al Ain Oasis

Transporting visitors from the hustle and bustle of downtown Abu Dhabi to a tranquil haven, this is the largest oasis in the city of Al Ain, located near the Al Ain Museum. Guests will experience a world far removed from the gilded charms of Abu Dhabi – the rustle of palm fronds in lush plantations, birdsong, and verdant farmland.

Abu Dhabi Toursim Authority

For more tourism information, please visit the Abu Dhabi Tourism authority website.


Bounce Abu Dhabi

An indoor adrenaline universe, BOUNCE Abu Dhabi is the perfect family outing and gets kids away from the screens and being active whilst burning energy in a fun and safe environment.

Not only is it great for keeping you in great shape and burning calories, the trampoline bed absorbs the
majority of the impact, so bones and joints are protected whilst exercising, improving general muscle health

and core strength. Bouncing also releases endorphins which can help to make you feel great and combat stress and anxiety.So what are you waiting for? Get BOUNCING!

Ferrari World Abu Dhabi

It’s fast and furious fun for all ages at Ferrari World Abu Dhabi - the world’s first Ferrari theme park and the largest attraction of its kind. The park tells the Ferrari story with passion and excitement through more than 20 exhilarating and educational rides and attractions, interactive shopping and authentic Italian dining experiences.

Yas Waterworld

For a full day experience, this futuristic Yas Island waterpark spans an area of around 15 football pitches, with 43 rides, slides & attractions – five of which are one-of-a-kind.

Saadiyat Beach Golf Club

As the Arabian Gulf’s first beachfront golf course, Saadiyat Beach Golf Club harnesses the stunning natural beauty of Saadiyat Island to create a unique golfing experience. Surrounded by blue waters and pristine white sands, this world-class golf club is designed to accommodate all levels of golfers.


Abu Dhabi Classics


Available through May 2, 2017

The new season of Abu Dhabi Classics brings an eight-month-long series of classical concerts and performances by some of the world’s leading musicians and orchestras in Western and Eastern classical music. 

Among the highlights of the season will be Jordi Savall’s tour of the emirate with his creation ‘Ibn Battuta Traveller of Islam,’ and the return of the City of Birmingham Symphony Orchestra from the UK. 

During the Classics season, Abu Dhabi will host the rising ensemble of the Iberian Peninsula, the Orquesta Sinfónica de Galicia, with two concerts, including Gustav Mahler’s impressive 6th Symphony and Manuel de Falla’s symphonic homage to his country’s Hispano-Arabic past, ‘The Nights in the Gardens of Spain’. 

One of classical music’s greatest stars, the Argentinian/Swiss pianist Martha Argerich, together with violin virtuoso Gidon Kremer and his Baltic string ensemble, Kremerata Baltica will debut in the Gulf region, while the world-leading Gustav Mahler Youth Orchestra will play three concerts dedicated to Beethoven’s Symphonic work and contemporary music. 

Given this year’s theme and the link between music and poetry, the prestigious poets Adonis and Gulzar will make an appearance, as will major musicians, such as Oud master Naseer Shamma and German baritone Matthias Goerne.

Formula 1

2017 Formula Etihad Airways Abu Dhabi Grand Prix takes place November 25th and 26th at Yas Marina Circuit.  

Abu Dhabi Art

Taking place in the impressive UAE Pavilion, Abu Dhabi Art is a platform for modern and contemporary art that brings together a selection of leading art galleries from across the world. A variety of works will be on show from museum-quality pieces to those by emerging artists. At Manarat Al Saadiyat, starting from November 08 - 11, 2017.