New Abu Dhabi Rating System Downgrades Some Hotels
The star ratings of some hotels in Abu Dhabi will be downgraded this summer when a strict new classification system comes into effect. All hotels in Abu Dhabi will be required to display a plaque showing their star rating within the next several weeks. The plaque will be issued by the Abu Dhabi Tourism Authority (ADTA).
Eighteen months ago, the ADTA issued hotels a manual detailing the new classification system and the stringent new requirements. In January, the ADTA issued ratings following inspections, and hotels that were downgraded were given six months to make changes needed to recover their status. Director of tourism standards at the ADTA said some hotels have been downgraded, although he did not say how many or which hotels.
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