The St. Regis Abu Dhabi is home to one of the city’s best beach clubs: the Nation Riviera Beach Club on the Abu Dhabi Corniche, which features 200 metres of private beachfront with exclusive fitness facilities, children’s club and group activities.
Last month, the city centre hotel announced enhancements to its Nation Riviera Beach Club. “We are excited to share that our main swimming pool has undergone a look and feel enhancement. Guests are welcome to rejuvenate in the relaxing ambiance of our exclusive temperature-controlled swimming pool with a fresh new design, featuring porcelain tiles with an exciting mix of colours to emulate a natural landscape and elegant patterns. Guests can relax by the swim up bar, jacuzzi and soak up the sun in any of the cabanas and sun beds or on our 200 metre stretch of pristine private beach overlooking the turquoise waters of the Arabian Gulf,” said a spokesperson.
To arrive inside the Nation Riviera Beach Club, guests can walk from The St. Regis Abu Dhabi through a discreet, air conditioned, marbled underpass that runs below the corniche. A naturally lighted exercise room provides fitness enthusiasts with sea views while they enjoy a thorough workout with the latest TechnoGym equipment. Personal trainers are available to assist with a variety of dedicated fitness programmes. Afterwards, guests can recover at exclusive men’s and women’s dry sauna and steam room.
Open to guests of The St. Regis Abu Dhabi, and exclusive memberships are available.
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