Serviced Apartments in Abu Dhabi

Abu Dhabi is a striking, modern city, said to be the richest city in the world. It's a diverse cultural city, hosting sporting events, conferences and exhibitions, and boasts several shopping malls and a spectacular waterfront, making it a popular destination for everyone.

Why should you visit Abu Dhabi

Abu Dhabi is bursting with things to do and see whilst you visit this magnificent city. The city itself began its origins in 1761, when drinking water was found on Abu Dhabi Island. The city rapidly grew around that with the expansion of the city really taking place in the late 20th and early 21st century. With the opening of Yas Mall, Ferrari World, and Abu Dhabi Mall the city has quickly become a hotspot for tourists looking to see an alternative side of the UAE away from the popular destination of Dubai.

Abu Dhabi offers a modern and affluent city in the midst of surrounding deserts and its climate is humid and warm. The city’s oil and previous pearl trades make it one of the richest cities on earth. This is easy to see with luxury shopping, gourmet cuisine and incredible buildings that tower over the city centre.

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Abu Dhabi serviced apartments provide an excellent base for exploring this impressive city, whatever brings you here. Citybase Apartments are pleased to offer carefully chosen serviced apartments in Abu Dhabi. Live like a local with your own space, flexibility and privacy. With all the conveniences of a hotel you additionally get to live like a local in Abu Dhabi, benefiting from not having to eat out every night or sneak a glass of wine while the children are in bed.

Things to do in Abu Dhabi

Abu Dhabi is home to some of the best shopping malls in the world. From the incredible Yas Mall which boasts a waterfall and dancing fountains, to the beauty of Marina Mall with its palm trees and sculptures. If these don’t grab your fancy then head over to Ferrari world which is home to the fastest roller coaster in the world and is not for the feint hearted.

For something a little more cultured and sedate then venture to the Sheikh Zayed Mosque. All faiths are allowed to visit this beautiful mosque as long as visitors dress appropriately and respect others. This iconic landmark has 82 white domes and inside, incredible walls clad with marble and mother of pearl. This building is one of the rare few that visitors can view this kind of detail and craftsmanship.

Best time of the year to visit Abu Dhabi

The climate in Abu Dhabi mainly consists of hot and humid weather and can reach up to 107 Fahrenheit during the summer. During this time many residents stay indoors where the air con reaches. However, during the cooler seasons between March and May, guests can benefit from manageable heat and low rainfall. The peak season though is Abu Dhabi’s wintertime between December and March when the weather is much cooler and reaches a much nicer temperature at around 83 Fahrenheit.

Places to eat in Abu Dhabi

Many of the restaurants in Abu Dhabi offer stylish Asian and Middle Eastern cuisine consisting of Indian, UAE, and Lebanese food. This range of dishes will allow you to tantalise any taste bud.