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If you’re searching for a relaxing break, an all-inclusive holiday to Abu Dhabi might be just the ticket. The capital of the United Arab Emirates is home to some fantastic resorts, for both couples and families. But that’s not all. When you book an all-inclusive getaway, all your meals, drinks and activities are covered in one great-value price. So, with everything already paid for, all you need to do is decide how to spend your time.

Abu Dhabi’s all-inclusive resorts offer all kinds of activities, including games, watersports and cooking classes. Adults can unwind with a treatment in the spa, while little ones play with their new friends at the kids’ club. Sunbathe on your hotel’s private beach, go kayaking in the sea, or simply curl up with a book by the pool. In the evenings, you can work your way around the resort’s delicious restaurants, and round off the day with a fruity cocktail in one of the bars.

With so much going on, you could be forgiven for never leaving your all-inclusive resort. But, if you do want to see more of Abu Dhabi, you’ll find plenty to do. A visit to the vast Sheikh Zayed Mosque is a must, while art-lovers should browse the works of Louvre Abu Dhabi. Families will be amazed by the theme parks on Yas Island, and a desert safari across the dunes at sunset is a thrilling adventure for all ages. You might find that some tours are included with your all-inclusive Abu Dhabi package. Either way, our travel experts can help you book excursions or day trips, if you want to explore.

All-inclusive dining

Things to do

Best time to go

All-inclusive dining

When you book an all-inclusive holiday to Abu Dhabi, you can look forward to a range of fantastic dining options. All your meals and snacks are included, and each resort boasts a variety of restaurants. A lot of hotels offer a ‘dine around’ option, too, so you can try all the different cuisines on offer. Take your taste buds to Italy, Japan, Thailand and beyond. Tuck into tapas-style sharing platters, feast on freshly-caught seafood, and order your steak just how you like it.

 

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Some resorts take all-inclusive dining to the next level. Rixos Premium Saadiyat Island, for instance, boasts an ‘all-inclusive all-exclusive’ board basis. You can hop between the seven restaurants and four bars as much as you like – but that’s just the tip of the iceberg. This resort also has a Turkish-inspired spa and its very own waterpark. And, if you’re planning a family holiday, you’ll be pleased to know that Rixy Kids’ Club is included, too. Little ones can get involved with activities, treasure hunts and cooking classes, for no extra cost.

 

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Things to do in Abu Dhabi

Whether you’re planning a week away with the kids or a romantic trip for two, Abu Dhabi has plenty of attractions to keep you busy. If you’re keen to uncover some local culture, Sheikh Zayed Mosque should be on your list. Made entirely of white marble, this glistening mosque is an amazing feat of architecture, with multiple domes and pillars. You could also visit Louvre Abu Dhabi, where you’ll find works by some big-name artists, including Monet, Rembrandt and Van Gogh.

 

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Prefer to get your adrenaline pumping? Head to Yas Island – an entire isle dedicated to theme parks and waterparks. You can ride on the fastest rollercoaster on the planet at Ferrari World Abu Dhabi, or spend a day zooming down waterslides at Yas Waterworld. If you’re a Formula One fan, make sure you go for a spin on the world-famous track at Yas Marina Circuit. Or get your four-wheel thrills in the desert, when you go dune-bashing in a 4x4.

 

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Best time to visit Abu Dhabi

As you would expect from a desert city, Abu Dhabi sees sunshine, blue skies and toasty temperatures throughout the year. But winter is actually the best time for your holiday. Between November and April, temperatures hover in the high twenties, and rarely drop below 25°C. These dry, sunny days are ideal for sightseeing, watersports and desert activities. And you can make the most of Abu Dhabi’s beaches, without overheating.

 

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If you can stand the heat, though, you can find some great deals during the hot summer months. Between May and October, temperatures usually stay in the high-thirties and regularly soar above 45°C in July and August. You might find that you’ll spend most of your time in your air-conditioned hotel, or tucked under a poolside parasol – but if you simply want to relax and make the most of your all-inclusive set-up, that’s certainly no bad thing.

 

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All-inclusive dining

All-inclusive dining

When you book an all-inclusive holiday to Abu Dhabi, you can look forward to a range of fantastic dining options. All your meals and snacks are included, and each resort boasts a variety of restaurants. A lot of hotels offer a ‘dine around’ option, too, so you can try all the different cuisines on offer. Take your taste buds to Italy, Japan, Thailand and beyond. Tuck into tapas-style sharing platters, feast on freshly-caught seafood, and order your steak just how you like it.

 

Show More
Show Less

Some resorts take all-inclusive dining to the next level. Rixos Premium Saadiyat Island, for instance, boasts an ‘all-inclusive all-exclusive’ board basis. You can hop between the seven restaurants and four bars as much as you like – but that’s just the tip of the iceberg. This resort also has a Turkish-inspired spa and its very own waterpark. And, if you’re planning a family holiday, you’ll be pleased to know that Rixy Kids’ Club is included, too. Little ones can get involved with activities, treasure hunts and cooking classes, for no extra cost.

 

Show More
Show Less

Things to do

Things to do in Abu Dhabi

Whether you’re planning a week away with the kids or a romantic trip for two, Abu Dhabi has plenty of attractions to keep you busy. If you’re keen to uncover some local culture, Sheikh Zayed Mosque should be on your list. Made entirely of white marble, this glistening mosque is an amazing feat of architecture, with multiple domes and pillars. You could also visit Louvre Abu Dhabi, where you’ll find works by some big-name artists, including Monet, Rembrandt and Van Gogh.

 

Show More
Show Less

Prefer to get your adrenaline pumping? Head to Yas Island – an entire isle dedicated to theme parks and waterparks. You can ride on the fastest rollercoaster on the planet at Ferrari World Abu Dhabi, or spend a day zooming down waterslides at Yas Waterworld. If you’re a Formula One fan, make sure you go for a spin on the world-famous track at Yas Marina Circuit. Or get your four-wheel thrills in the desert, when you go dune-bashing in a 4x4.

 

Show More
Show Less

Best time to go

Best time to visit Abu Dhabi

As you would expect from a desert city, Abu Dhabi sees sunshine, blue skies and toasty temperatures throughout the year. But winter is actually the best time for your holiday. Between November and April, temperatures hover in the high twenties, and rarely drop below 25°C. These dry, sunny days are ideal for sightseeing, watersports and desert activities. And you can make the most of Abu Dhabi’s beaches, without overheating.

 

Show More
Show Less

If you can stand the heat, though, you can find some great deals during the hot summer months. Between May and October, temperatures usually stay in the high-thirties and regularly soar above 45°C in July and August. You might find that you’ll spend most of your time in your air-conditioned hotel, or tucked under a poolside parasol – but if you simply want to relax and make the most of your all-inclusive set-up, that’s certainly no bad thing.

 

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