… right in the heart of one of the seven Arabian Emirates, Abu Dhai, in a luxurious and unique modern version of a Bedouin resort. Your Arabian experience will begin with experienced guides who will take you through the dunes all the way to the resort. On your way you can admire the seemingly endless horizons and varied dunes created by strong winds and even wild camels. After you arrive to the desert valley, you will see the gates of a luxurious picturesque complex, guarded by two traditional Arabian towers Zakher and Al Manhal – named after the residence of the nation’s founder Sheikh Zayed Bin Sultan Al Nahyan.
Arabs are most praised for their hospitability and generosity – these traits are considered the highest virtue of the locals and are often mentioned also in traditional poetry, adverbs and songs. As is dictated by these ancient traditions and customs, you will be whole-heartedly welcomed with kindness and open arms. You will be simply a guest of honor. The most traditional welcome takes form of Arabian coffee with cardamom and local sweet dates.
Arabian Nights Village is an integral part of every visit of the Abu Dhabi emirate and an unforgettable luxurious experience for passionate travellers, families, as well as SAE residents. Stone pavements lined with damp lights and flower beds and palms will lead you to five different parts of the resort with spacious tents with a restaurant, charming rooms and luxurious apartments designed to provide you with absolute privacy, style and relaxation during your stay. The whole village is a masterpiece inspired by the traditional and modern culture of the Emirate.
To make your experience truly authentic, there are no modern communication devices in the apartments – no TVs, phones or WiFi. This will help you truly enjoy the Bedouin experience and take a break from the modern rushed world. Offered activities include a luxurious ride on camels, drawing with henna, safari in dunes, ride on a four-wheeler or sandboarding. You can also enjoy the local oasis of peace in the form of a pool with waterfalls and watch the sun set behind sand dunes.