Take A Trip To Abu Dhabi To Stay In The World’s Furthest Leaning Hotel
By Rachel George
Leaning at 18 degrees is the world’s farthest leaning hotel, Andaz Capital Gate Abu Dhabi.
Earlier this year, Hyatt Hotels announced they would be rebranding the tower to include the hotel, catering to “well-traveled, guests who search for inspiration and enriching experiences that expand their perspectives.”
The hotel is officially open with 189 luxury five-star rooms and suites between the 18th and 33rd floors, featuring a new restaurant and a fully equipped spa. The Rayana Spa offers rituals based on the elements of sun, water, sand, and botanicals. Next door is a fitness center with an exceptional view of Abu Dhabi and the coastline.
Commemorate the culture of Abu Dhabi through “sights, sounds, and tastes” at the first Andaz Hotel in the Middle East. “The city’s abundant history and culture is reflected throughout the property, most notably in its artistic representation,” Stuart Deeson, hotel general manager and area vice president for Hyatt Abu Dhabi, Egypt and Jordan said. “Exemplified through thoughtful design and the addition of a permanent art collection, the property celebrates the spirit and culture of the United Arab Emirates,” he added.
In the last six months, the hotel has received a multitude of praise and support from guests on their attentive staff, cleanliness, unparalleled views and “wonderful design.”
The Andaz Capital Gate Abu Dhabi hotel is suitable for any cultural, artistic amenities, featuring an art gallery reflective of UAE’s cultural history. Each room has a floor to ceiling windows, panoramic views, and locally designed comforts, according to a press release.
Earn up to one free night every year with the World Hyatt Credit Card. Hyatt hotels also offer a 10-15% discount or U.S. veterans, active duty members and family.