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Corniche Hotel Apartments
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Reviewed November 29, 2008

The least attractive of the 3 Hilton Hotels in Abu Dhabi. Rooms and bathrooms feel old and tired. One floor was refurbished about 5 years ago from office accommodation, the rest is old and it now shows. No business centre, limited restaurants. If you are loyal to Hilton choose one of the other 2 in town.

Lobby is smart but unsuitable for meetings. Coffee bar is OK for smokers.

Some suites are multi rooms, other just double bedrooms with a kitchen sink and electric ring. Building is rectangular with central core so 6 out of 14 suites have at least one room that faces the Corniche and the Gulf.

Hard to see what anyone stays long term, for the same money you can live in a more modern hotel.

  • Stayed: November 2008, traveled on business
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Thank GordonBennett
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Reviewed October 15, 2008

After having just stayed in 2 five star hotels during our travels, we were a bit worried about the Hilton Corniche, but we have been pleasantly surprised. And while the lobby is rather spare, the rooms are immaculately clean and spacious -- ours has a good sized fridge, cooking surfaces and a kitchen sink. The beds are incredibly comfortable, breakfast is very good and the hotel is a short walk from one of the excellent 24 hour Co-op supermarkets and the beautiful Corniche. Additionally, there are free laundry facilities which are incredibly convenient to have when on long trips. Good for business, tourism and families.

  • Stayed: October 2008
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Thank GlobetrotterDC
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Reviewed July 4, 2008

Smooth reservation. Pick up arranged by the hotel showed up too late, I took a taxi. Nice room on the renovated Corniche floor. Be advised only one floor is renovated and thats the C-floor. All you need in your room is there. Good and well appointed bathroom, perfect bed ( only 2 singles on C-floor ), very good working airco ( silent ) and well working internet (80 AED 24 hrs)
Pool on the 19th floor, small with nice gym and sauna. Breakfast ok but not great. Waiters, cleaners, etc very friendly and polite. Not fancy, not trendy but very clean.

  • Stayed: July 2008, traveled solo
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Thank Michel99
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Reviewed April 14, 2008

I must say after my last ordeal with the Howard Johnson's inefficiency this hotel was real treat. Staff overall were polite and attentive although I couldn't say much on the receptionist on duty that night (but the rest of them were just charming). They had me located in the new floor which was called the Corniche floor. The beds were well made and changed everyday. Bathroom was always spotless and they refilled my toiletries the third day eventhough I still had the old ones half full. TV shows were enough to keep me in the room. And I just loved the temperature of the room... it was cold without freezing.

The view, lets put it this way.. if you a writer and you need to be inspired than just open wide your curtain and you'll see the lives of human in the other side of the building which is very close to your window by the way.

Food.. hmm.. I'm picky and fussy when it comes to expensive food. When it's cheap (or free) i don't really care how it taste but when I have to pay over AED20 for a plate of Nasi Goreng.. I was tempted to tell the chef at The Hampton to Not call it 'Nasi Goreng'. Call if 'Fried Rice' or any other language because where I came from those nasi goreng The Hamptons (that what they call their restaurant) made for me were usually cooked by my Soy-Sauce-addicted little brother.

Location.. You may need to walk a little further to get into a busy business area where you could walk and find things to shop for. The hotel is located behind a building and the nearest fast food would be the Pizza Hut. But it is very near the corniche all you have to do is to cross over the busy street.

Taxis are not that difficult to get if you walked a little bit further up. The hotels do not really hail your taxis for you even though they said they could make an arrangment for you. If you are here on business the best is to get up early to beat the other passengers.

But overall.. I wouldn't mind staying at this hotel again. I liked it when people open the doors for you and helped you to push the elevator's button unasked. But you need to make sure you are going on the booked date because they'll charge your card on the time of booking and its non refundable.

  • Stayed: March 2008, traveled on business
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Reviewed November 19, 2007

  • Stayed: October 2007, traveled with family
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