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The InterContinental Ras Al Khaimah Mina Al Arab Resort & Spa is preparing for a grand opening this February 2022

InterContinental Ras Al Khaimah Mina Al Arab

The InterContinental Ras Al Khaimah Mina Al Arab Resort & Spa is set to open later this February 2022 and will offer guests an idyllic, luxury island getaway experience on the untouched Hayat Island shoreline in Mina Al Arab, United Arab Emirates.

The 351-room property nestled along the seashore will mark the first resort for the luxury hospitality brand in the emirate.

InterContinental Ras Al Khaimah Mina Al Arab

Accommodation options include spacious rooms for a romantic retreat and private pool villas for family escapes, with each sanctuary seamlessly blending modern luxury living with elegant local touches. Each also provide overwater views and access to a private balcony or terrace area.

The new five-star getaway will present six dining destinations that have been inspired by the surrounding mountains, desert and sea. The trendy NoHo Bar and Grill is inspired by the stylish North of Houston in New York and will feature sharing platters, winning mixology and late-night entertainment. Ramsa lobby Lounge will be the spot to grab a tea or coffee; and Amarbar will offer house-infused sips. Diners can tuck into light bites by the poolside at Shasha Pool Bar, enjoy a fusion of flavours at Saffar or indulge in Turkish and Lebanese cuisine at the fine-dining Levant & Nar, complete with 360-degree sea views.

The resort will also boast a five-star spa equipped with a Turkish hammam and 10 treatment rooms; impressive meeting venues, including a spacious ballroom; and an array of leisure facilities. Young guests can learn more about the world in the Planet Trekkers and Teens Club facilities, that are only available at select InterContinental resorts around the world.

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