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Cristal Hotels and Resorts announces the opening of Cristal Salam Hotel

October 2011 - Cristal Hotels and Resorts is proud to announce the opening of its exciting new hotel, Cristal Salam Hotel, Abu Dhabi in the 3rd quarter of 2011. Aiming to be the premier business and leisure hotel operator in the MENA region with the opening of the new property Cristal Hotels and Resorts further illustrates the brand’s steady strategic growth across the region, as well as the company’s strong growth in the UAE market.

Set to become one of Abu Dhabi’s most exclusive hotels Cristal Salam Hotel is a stylish and modern property in the banking district of the bustling city just a few minutes drive away from the Abu Dhabi Airport and within conveniently short driving distances to most of the shopping malls, business offices and touristic locations.

Cristal Salam Hotel features 112 spacious rooms and suites that redefine the lavish hotel experience, combining intimacy, comfort and exclusivity with the personalized service and attention to detail that are the hallmarks of Cristal Hotels and Resorts. The properties belonging to the Group not only comply with the mandates of high-performance buildings, but ensure that even the smallest details are designed to exceed the guests’ expectations. Other room features include a 32 inch LCD TV high speed internet access, convenient coffee and tea making facility, IP interactive telephones, underground parking as well as fully stocked mini bar and access to ‘Figure 8’.

Peter Blackburn, Cristal Hotels and Resorts CEO, comments: “The hotel will offer all the hallmarks of the Cristal Hotels & Resorts brand – contemporary design, modern facilities and engaging service – with an unrivalled location, stunning views and a host of unique touches designed to create an exceptional guest experience. Cristal Salam`s opening represents another important step forward for our Group. Since it is our second hotel in Abu Dhabi, we can now affirm our brand is well-recognized and guests from all over the world seem to appreciate our commitment to quality and sustainability, which is one of our core objectives, but also one of our strengths within the capital`s hospitality business”.

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