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Business travelers and tourists to Abu Dhabi will find plenty of well-appointed hotels with pools, top class restaurants and other high-end facilities. While Abu Dhabi is not as popular or as populous as Dubai, it has a more laid-back and liveable quality. Venere makes it easy to find Abu Dhabi hotels to suit your travel plans, hotels are located across the city, from nearby Saadiyat Beach and also close to Corniche beach, to the heart of the city in the Al Zahiyah and Al Danah neighborhoods. Find the perfect Abu Dhabi accommodation by comparing reviews by past guests and browsing through photos of sample rooms and facilities. Browse the map that Venere offers, marking each hotel at its exact location, so you can see how to get there and find nearby landmarks.

What is Abu Dhabi Like?

Abu Dhabi is a green, attractive city, set on a T-shaped island jutting into the Persian Gulf. Boasting a modern skyscraper-studded skyline, it's one of the richest cities in the world, and the UAE's second most populous. The center of the country's industrial and political activities, a major oil trader, and home to important financial institutions and oil company headquarters, as well as housing the Yas Marina Formula 1 track and indoor theme park Ferrari World. Attractions include the imposing Sheikh Zayed Mosque, the spectacular Corniche waterfront offering go-karting and outdoor stages, the unusual Al Wathba Camel Race Track, the recreational Khalifa Park, the Abu Dhabi Cultural Center and the city's numerous malls. Finding a place to stay in Abu Dhabi near these attractions is easy.

Fitting in, in Abu Dhabi

Many visitors worry about overstepping cultural boundaries in Abu Dhabi, while others disregard the culture. If you want to fit into this conservative society, with some liberties for foreigners, there are some Dos and Don'ts to note. Dress modestly, in loose-fitting clothes that cover the tops of arms and legs at least. Public displays of affection are frowned upon, including holding hands during Ramadan. Alcohol is available only in hotel bars, drinking and driving can land you in jail and sunbathing topless even in private pools is illegal. Do respect the Muslim religion and be aware of local festivals - refrain from eating in public in the daytime during Ramadan, out of respect for the fasting population. As long as you're respectful of the local customs and restrict your pleasures and entertainment to the wholesome kind, you can have a great time at Abu Dhabi hotels, malls, beaches and theme parks. Browse Abu Dhabi hotels on Venere and find the most suitable for you.