Tilal Liwa Hotel.
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ABU DHABI – Get ready to welcome a year of prosperity with the Yellow Earth Dog leading the lunar calendar this Chinese New Year at Tilal Liwa Hotel.
From February 15 to 22, guests can witness the Arabian-inspired hotel’s unique transformation with Chinese decors that illuminates vibrant shades of red to represent joy and good fortune for the New Year speckled throughout the hotel.
Rejoice in the beginning of a new calendar that celebrates the gift of family with a lavish selection of rooms and suites starting from Dh549* that is complemented with a luscious spread of breakfast favorites, desert-themed activities and an exquisite Chinese-themed dinner for the most extravagant New Year celebration on the edge of the Rub Al Khali Desert.
Give thanks to a promising start for the Year of the Dog with a culinary experience that highlights the festivities, with a Chinese-inspired indulgence that features authentic Chinese delicacies, classic desserts and celebratory drinks to match.
Khaled Sharabassy, General Manager of Tilal Liwa Hotel, said: “We are elated to welcome the beginning of the new lunar calendar with guests celebrating this joyous holiday away from their homes. During this commemorative period, guests can expect a personalized experience designed to provide them with a rich blend of Chinese culture in a traditional celebration that is set in a distinct desert venue.”
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