Hala Arjaan by Rotana Abu Dhabi

4 out of 5 stars4 Stars

One Hamdan Street, Tourist Club Area, Abu Dhabi, 53066, United Arab Emirates
Hala Arjaan by Rotana Abu Dhabi
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Value Score Great Value!

Costs 51% less than similarly rated 4 star hotels

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Connecting T1 and T2 AUH Airport

by djokodnet

Hi all,

I'm going to go to Abu Dhabi on next April 2010, by AirAsia X. I plan to continue flight using NAS Air to Jeddah. AirAsia X arrival is in Terminal 01 and NAS departs from Terminal 2. Do I need a visa to go between Terminal 1 and Terminal 2?


Re: Connecting T1 and T2 AUH Airport

by explore_discover

T 1 and T2 is inter connected

When you have the tickets of 2 different airlines, you will need the Visa for collecting your luggage at AUH and then get the boarding pass for onward journey, unless you only have hand luggage only or if you have work permit/residence visa of Saudia Arabia you can get the transit visa on arrival.

Air Asia flight arrive AUH 2 hours later (at 01.30) then the NAS departure to JED at 23.15 so you will have to wait 1 day to get your flight.

Please check with nearest Airasia office, I think they will not issue you boarding pass unless you show them Visa on your passport.

Better change your airline (Eitahad or Emirates) or obtain Transit Visa.

Re: Connecting T1 and T2 AUH Airport

by djokodnet

Many thanks.
So, If I have hand luggage only and do not leave the transit area, I will not need Transit Visa even if I use different flight? I'll be on KSA visit visa.

Re: Connecting T1 and T2 AUH Airport

by explore_discover

if you have hand luggage only and your connecting flight is leaving with in few hours of your arrival then you can get the boarding pass and get on board with out acquiring the Transit Visa.

Since the lay over is nearly 24 hours I thinks its not possible. Consult the Airline or the UAE Embassy near you.

Re: Connecting T1 and T2 AUH Airport

by pfk98

Most recently, my wife and I were stranded in Abu Dhabi when AirAsiaX announced they were canceling service to/from Abu Dhabi in January this year. They didn’t notify us, their stranded passengers, until Feb 10th. Neither did they offer any accommodation nor answer our emails asking for help. We had to get back to Malaysia on our own. They won’t reimburse our added expense either.

You'd better contact AirAsiaX. They don't fly to Abu Dhabi anymore. We learned the hard way.

Travel Tips for Abu Dhabi

Picnics in the park

by awladhassan

At the time of the Eids people take time off to relax and enjoy themselves, go visiting family and friends. Picnics in the parks and along the corniche are a means of enjoying the fresh air . Barbecues are set up, and pre-prepared food is taken along too. Whole families get together to share the feast.

boat building , the old fashioned way

by imaturnip

From Bombay across the arabian peninsular to east africa, there are small wooden ships called dhows, that carry cargo through from East Africa,Zanzibar , Yemen, Oman , Dubai , Iran, Pakisan and India. Here in Abu Dhabi not far from the shopping malls multiplex cinemas and 5 star hotels, you can take a step back in time and see carpenters puting these wooden ships together using hammer and chisel in the traditional way. Mostly now working on racing sailboats Or just go to one of the golf courses and chill out!

Home Center Furniture

by amna24 about Liwa Centre

Jewellery, clothes, top of the range make-up and perfumes and a well-stocked book shop. Food court on the second level, plus coffee shop open until midnight.

Now the mall converted to a furniture, household and accesories shop called HomeCenter Furniture and accessoris

New Abu Dhabi Air Traffic Control Tower

by Ewingjr98

The sleek, modern, curving air traffic control tower at Abu Dhabi International is part of the airport's $6.8 billion expansion project. The tower, design by French company Aeroport de Paris Ingenierie, has a price tag of $109 million and is scheduled to open in 2010 (though when I visited in October 2010, its opening still seemed to be a ways in the future).

The tower stands 110 meters high--the tallest in the region--and is located at the midpoint between the two major runways. The tower allows the airport to expand operations to handle about 70 flights per hour, and is one of the first steps to construction of the new Midfield Terminal which is expected to open in 2015. Once the projects are complete the airport will be able to safely and efficiently handle 20 million passengers per year.

A contemporary restaurant with a terrace

by amna24 about 90 DEGREES Abu Dhabi

90 Degrees is a world-class eating joint in this city. An ideal choice for formal lunches or family get-togethers, this restaurant of Abu Dhabi is a favorite of locals and tourists alike.

Offering sumptuous European cuisine to its guests, this restaurant has am extensive buffet and a la carte menu.

90 Degrees Abu Dhabi is a contemporary restaurant with a terrace and an angular shape, as the name clearly suggests. Stylish and chic, this eatery has lavish interiors and serves the best of continental specialties.

90 Degrees Restaurant in Abu Dhabi is open from 12.30 pm to 3.30 pm, and then from 7.30 pm to 12 midnight. The fare dished out at 90 Degrees, Abu Dhabi is delectable and hygienic. Food prices are best suited for leisure travelers. The cuisines served here include French, Italian, Moroccan and Spanish. You can also try out desserts, cocktails and mocktails here.


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