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4 Night 5* Stay Radisson Blu, Abu Dhabi (Including BA Prem' Econ' return flights from London & Checked luggage) £532p/p (£1064 total) @ BA
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4 Night 5* Stay Radisson Blu, Abu Dhabi (Including BA Prem' Econ' return flights from London & Checked luggage) £532p/p (£1064 total) @ BA

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Posted 11th JanEdited by:"reindeer333"

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I think this is a good price, especially as you are getting premium economy return flights and 4 nights at the 5* star Radisson Blu hotel which is well reviewed. May departures are available at this price. September departures are also available at £540p/p. Please see the image below for the available dates.

To see the advertised price and the available dates shown in the images below click on this link and then under "Change Filters" on the left hand side of the page:

1) Under "Choose a month" select either May or September (depending on your chosen travel month)
2) Under "For how many nights" select 4
3) Under "Where from?" if London has not already been selected / autofilled select London (All Airports)
4) Under "Where to" select "Middle East, Asia & Indian Ocean"
5) Under "Cabin" select "Premium Economy"
6) Leave all the other options as they are, there is no need to change these

Then from the results shown, select the "Radisson Blu Hotel & Resort Abu Dhabi Corniche" which will bring up the date calendar / matrix

Available dates:
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About the hotel:

Radisson Blu Hotel & Resort Abu Dhabi Corniche is just steps away from the city's cultural attractions and entertainment venues. Sites such as the Heritage Village or the Marina Mall can be reached within a few minutes’ drive. A visit to the Grand Mosque, Ferrari World or the Formula 1 Yas Marina Circuit is highly recommended and are located only 20 minutes’ drive from the hotel.

Just a 30-minute drive from the Abu Dhabi International Airport, Radisson Blu Hotel & Resort Abu Dhabi Corniche offers 14 function rooms for up to 2,000 people, a business centre and an Executive Lounge. Choose the Executive Rooms with either stunning views of the sea or landscaped gardens.

Radisson Blu Hotel & Resort Abu Dhabi Corniche boasts a well-equipped beach club with 11,000m² of pristine white sand and a kid’s club with exciting activities for children from 4 – 12 years. Play a game on one of the two tennis courts or work out in the fully equipped fitness centre. Swim laps in the two temperature-controlled pools and unwind in the sauna, steam or Jacuzzi. Children will love the splash pools and slides, Kidz Club and the Beach Club at the hotel. Marina Mall is just a few minutes away.
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Just for info it will be Ramadan from 22/23 April to 22/23 May.
Edited by: "Y45" 11th Jan
One of the places that the FCO has put a warning on about travelling too
rwf382011/01/2020 17:04

One of the places that the FCO has put a warning on about travelling too


Thanks Donald
If its any help. My family and I have just returned from our 3rd Christmas new year stay at the hotel/resort. We enjoy it so much I've just booked for the 4th time. Great hotel for families. Very good location next to the Emirates palace, Etihad towers and Marina Mall.
Edited by: "Cobman" 11th Jan
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Just for info it will be Ramadan from 22/23 April to 22/23 May.
Edited by: "Y45" 11th Jan
Y4511/01/2020 16:13

Just for info it will be Ramadan from 22/23 April to 22/23 May.


Will everything be closed?
Not sure, as I’ve never been during Ramadan.
Y4511/01/2020 16:13

Just for info it will be Ramadan from 22/23 April to 22/23 May.



andylovett11/01/2020 16:15

Will everything be closed?


I've just found that September departures are available at £540p/p too
Premium economy 😄
If its any help. My family and I have just returned from our 3rd Christmas new year stay at the hotel/resort. We enjoy it so much I've just booked for the 4th time. Great hotel for families. Very good location next to the Emirates palace, Etihad towers and Marina Mall.
Edited by: "Cobman" 11th Jan
showing over £2000 per person when i do it .... used OPs dates too . what am i doing wrong.
how did you get to the calendar showing the cheapest fares as in the screen shots above
edit..... found it now
Edited by: "cadmus" 11th Jan
cadmus11/01/2020 16:25

showing over £2000 per person when i do it .... used OPs dates too . what …showing over £2000 per person when i do it .... used OPs dates too . what am i doing wrong. how did you get to the calendar showing the cheapest fares as in the screen shots above edit..... found it now


Sorry the link in the OP seems temperamental.

To see the advertised price click on this link and then under "Change Filters" on the left hand side of the page:

1) Under "Choose a month" select either May or September (depending on your chosen travel month)
2) Under "For how many nights" select 4
3) Under "Where from?" if London has not already been selected / autofilled select London (All Airports)
4) Under "Where to" select "Middle East, Asia & Indian Ocean"
5) Under "Cabin" select "Premium Economy"

Then from the results shown, select the "Radisson Blu Hotel & Resort Abu Dhabi Corniche" which will bring up the date calendar / matrix
Op how do you get the full month to show as per your images?
reindeer33311/01/2020 16:41

Sorry the link in the OP seems temperamental.To see the advertised price …Sorry the link in the OP seems temperamental.To see the advertised price click on this link and then under "Change Filters" on the left hand side of the page:1) Under "Choose a month" select either May or September (depending on your chosen travel month)2) Under "For how many nights" select 43) Under "Where from?" if London has not already been selected / autofilled select London (All Airports)4) Under "Where to" select "Middle East, Asia & Indian Ocean"5) Under "Cabin" select "Premium Economy"Then from the results shown, select the "Radisson Blu Hotel & Resort Abu Dhabi Corniche" which will bring up the date calendar / matrix


Thankyou
cadmus11/01/2020 16:41

Thankyou


Sorry just seen your edit haha
mgk11/01/2020 16:41

Op how do you get the full month to show as per your images?


I've just posted an alternative method in the comment above yours and in the OP (sorry just avoiding posting it again here as it will clutter up the thread!)
n1511/01/2020 16:19

No. It’s BAU


Not strictly true.
Everything is open but there are a lot of restrictions on food and drink.
Can get frustrating at times but for 4 nights you should be fine.
andylovett11/01/2020 16:15

Will everything be closed?


No, the coffee shops and restaurants tend to keep curtains closed to prevent anyone taking offence for those non-Muslims eating and drinking during the day.

Offices tend to do half days / finish early but that aside you shouldn’t have too much trouble nowadays.
jrw11/01/2020 16:56

Not strictly true. Everything is open but there are a lot of restrictions …Not strictly true. Everything is open but there are a lot of restrictions on food and drink. Can get frustrating at times but for 4 nights you should be fine.


You seen I’ve been during Ramadan and I’ve never noticed a difference. There’s too much tourist money to let Fasting get in the way! We all know that mate
n1511/01/2020 17:00

You seen I’ve been during Ramadan and I’ve never noticed a difference. The …You seen I’ve been during Ramadan and I’ve never noticed a difference. There’s too much tourist money to let Fasting get in the way! We all know that mate


I've been to Dubai during Ramadan and found it a little irritating but as a visitor I respect it.
One of the places that the FCO has put a warning on about travelling too
£604 for 7 nights in September, same hotel.

was there a reason for only 4 nights, not much to do or something?

is this the best hotel to look at, some of the others include breakfast?

never been but would want longer as it’s a fair trek away
I worked in Abu Dhabi many years ago and have no urge to return.

However, this is an excellent price if you can avoid too much Ramadan disruption
May half term 22nd may to 31st May (Cambridge)
24th to 28th - £576pp , seems good deal!
rwf382011/01/2020 17:04

One of the places that the FCO has put a warning on about travelling too


Not really anything significant though, just be vigilant given the recent tensions...you can say the same for anywhere. I just looked on basis of you post as I am going to UAE in the coming months.

That si a world away from a warning or a advise against travel.


To save anyone else looking
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Edited by: "mgk" 11th Jan
Food can be very pricey so not having breakfast and any meals I included will get expensive.
And drink is also pricey .
It's never appealed to myself Abu Dhabi or Dubai.
But the Mrs wants to try so I guess we will visit for the F1 in the coming years .
Maybe check with hotel as I have been during Ramadan and restaurants have been closed. Probably would try avoid going that time again
Make sure the flight times are good. Some of the times get you in around 11pm and leave at 1.35am ish. Thats 2 of your nights lost.

But Ramadan is OK, it will be hot in those months, but they have some good sales on during Ramadan.
Sounds like a lovely place want a snack don't worry

Article 313 of the Federal Penal Code states that daytime eating, drinking, smoking or consuming anything that is breaking the fast in public during Ramadan is a criminal offence that carries a jail term of not more than a month or a Dh2 ,000 fine. The law does not differentiate between Muslims and non-Muslims.

Are the rules different for hotels??
Edited by: "RedRain" 11th Jan
I’ve been in Dubai during Ramadan and alcohol was served in the hotel all day
Only a few have a license to serve.
defgimp11/01/2020 17:15

£604 for 7 nights in September, same hotel.was there a reason for only 4 …£604 for 7 nights in September, same hotel.was there a reason for only 4 nights, not much to do or something?is this the best hotel to look at, some of the others include breakfast?never been but would want longer as it’s a fair trek away


What dates did you put for this please?
andylovett11/01/2020 16:15

Will everything be closed?


Would advise against going then as it will be a ghost town.
rwf382011/01/2020 17:04

One of the places that the FCO has put a warning on about travelling too


Thanks Donald
n1511/01/2020 16:19

No. It’s BAU


Burgers As Usual.....? Sorry I couldn't help myself.
I was in Dubai in December, and did a day trip to Abu Dhabi.

It's worth a day to see the beach and the palace. The mosque is meant to be really good aswell. Ferrari world is a bit overated.

I wouldn't say it's worth 4 nights. You'd probably want to spend the other 3 visiting Dubai. As in those 3 days you can do alot. Dubai is a couple of hours by coach.
Edited by: "riquelme" 11th Jan
Is Premium Economy worth the extra £157 per passenger?
anyone having issues adding kids? i can only seem to book for two adults with no ability to change passengers!
ceaton8811/01/2020 21:27

Is Premium Economy worth the extra £157 per passenger?


Wider seat, little bit more legroom, slightly better food, bigger luggage allowance and higher priority boarding but NO lounge access. It's a 7 hour flight, so personally I'd just deal with economy and spend the £314 on food when I get there.
As someone who's lived in the UAE, I can tell you that when it's Ramadan you can't really eat or drink anything in public. A lot of restaurants are still open but the mood overall isn't too great. I wouldn't recommend this.
Edited by: "gw3gon" 11th Jan
decent deal as premium economy flights alone usually somewhere in the region of £600 so you're basically getting the hotel free

would recommend ensuring you're a member of BA executive club so you earn avios and tier points on these flights. the extra avios and tier points you get on these flights versus economy will offset some of the extra cost

if you've never flown business class, you could use these premium economy fares as a cheap way of upgrading to business class using avios (24,000 off peak or 20,000 peak each way). There needs to be avios availability in the higher cabin. Extra taxes payable would be minimal as the premium economy fare already includes the extra air passenger duty for flying in a premium cabin.
Is this with Etihad or only BA ?

Kindest regards
I went to Dubai in 2019 during Ramadan we relaxed in the hotel during the day where you could eat and drink anywhere and went out in the evening. We noticed no difference and found the people and mood great. I would not let Ramadan put me off at all
Y4511/01/2020 16:13

Just for info it will be Ramadan from 22/23 April to 22/23 May.


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