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  • EXPLORE WESTERN HOTEL – ‘WHERE WONDERS MEET’

    It is our privilege to welcome you to ‘Western Hotel’ a paradigm of class following our values of ‘Where Wonders Meet’. Be it business or pleasure, Western Hotel will ensure that all your travel needs are not only met, but exceeded, with the finest service quality and attention to the little details which make every journey that much more memorable.

    At Western Hotel we let you truly experience the diversity of each destination; be it cultural, dining or adventure. During your stay with us, we will be at your service to fulfill any request and make your experience with us as memorable and enjoyable. Our staff is committed to extend the hospitality essence that goes beyond expectations.

    You to see the world in your own unique way, whether travelling for business or leisure providing you a wonderful experience.

  • ENVIRONMENTAL INITIATIVES

    Western Enviro” is our sustainability programme to conserve the environment by saving water and energy implemented at our hotels. With collaborative efforts of our colleagues and guests, our goals commit us to overcome the challenges and improve our energy, water and waste performance.

  • SAVE WATER, SAVE ENVIRONMENT

    We fully recognize the gravity of the issue and the importance of developing a long term plan in responding to the water challenge. Water is crucial to our operations, notably the cleaning and the production of food and energy.

    Our goal is to reduce water consumption in the occupied rooms and overall hotel operations. We have developed a programme to reduce water consumption, including improved efficiency of water use and water wastage.

    Manage use of Linen to reduce water consumption for laundry.

    Giving guests the option to reuse towels and bed sheet.

    Optimization of our laundry operation.

  • SAVE ENERGY, SAVE EARTH

    We task ourselves to find ways to use energy efficiently, to minimize any adverse environmental impacts and to still exceed customers’ expectations. Our Engineering department is all always looking for more energy efficient lighting options. Our strategy is on implementing innovative solutions that reduce our utility bills and make our operation and procurement practices more responsible.

    • Opening the drapes wide open when servicing rooms to save on energy.
    • Physically checking guest rooms after guest checkout to make sure that all electrical outlets, except the minibar, TV and A/C are turned off, this helps greatly reduce energy consumption.
    • On a daily basis, Recreation staff conducts cleaning of swimming pool area- picking up litter as necessary.
    • Using environment-friendly cleaning chemicals for housekeeping and stewarding consumption. This is to ensure that water going back to earth is non- toxic and pose no hazard to the system.

  • WASTE MANAGEMENT

    From the guestroom to the loading dock, waste is a perpetual challenge for hoteliers. Our hotels produce thousands of tons of waste per year, hence, we recognizes the opportunity to reduce our environmental impact by implementing dynamic waste and recycling programmes. Our comprehensive waste management systems benefit our hotels by decreasing waste and reducing the cost of waste disposal.

  • EXPLORE AL GHARBIA

    Al Gharbia is an oasis of stunning natural beauty at the Emirate of Abu Dhabi. Within its vast edges extending between the desert and the sea, it hosts seven major cities: Liwa, Madinat Zayed Ghayathi, Ruwais, Mirfa Sila and Delma Island.

    ‘Where the desert meets the sea’, Al Gharbia makes up over two thirds of Abu Dhabi emirate. Along its hundreds of kilometres of coastline are stunning beaches and islands, which are gradually being developed for visitors. Al Gharbia's history is encompassed in the myriad of ancient forts, which dot the landscape, and together present a snapshot of this region's fascinating history - all set against dramatic landscapes.

    Al Gharbia occupies a vast area of 60 thousand square kilometers and constitutes 60% of the total area of the Emirate of Abu Dhabi. It is characterized by its natural resources and wealth, such as the palm trees, pearls, oil, gas and solar energy. Contributing 45% of the GDP, it is proud to possess the largest refineries and oil fields and reserves in the United Arab Emirates. It is also home to an advanced agricultural activity supported by the presence of the most fertile farms in the country.

    Characterized by maintaining the values of the Arabian traditional lifestyle and culture, thus turning it into a tourist destination for visitors offering a variety of tourist attractions:

    Known for its annual festivals such as Tel Moreeb Festival, the pinnacle hill climb event for desert driving enthusiasts, and Al Dhafrah Camel Festival, which includes the world's only camel beauty contest, Al Gharbia Watersports Festival, that pulls in adrenaline junkies from across the world to compete in everything from Dragon boating and kite surfing to dhow racing and swimming, Liwa Date Festival, a showcase for this valued desert fruit.

    In light of its plans to promote the social and economic development, the Western Region Development Council has adopted an idea to develop the area that has become known today as “Al Gharbia” in both Arabic and English. Thanks to the efforts of the Ruler’s Representative for the Western Region, His Highness Sheikh Hamdan bin Zayed Al Nahyan, Al Gharbia, in addition to its prominent position as an integral part of the Emirate of Abu Dhabi, has become a place enjoying unique identity, values, culture, heritage and Bedouin origins blending with modernity, not to mention its numerous merits qualifying it to receive millions of tourists who flow to the Middle East each year.

    Known for its annual festivals such as Tel Moreeb Festival, the pinnacle hill climb event for desert driving enthusiasts, and Al Dhafrah Camel Festival, which includes the world's only camel beauty contest, Al Gharbia Watersports Festival, that pulls in adrenaline junkies from across the world to compete in everything from Dragon boating and kite surfing to dhow racing and swimming, Liwa Date Festival, a showcase for this valued desert fruit.

    In light of its plans to promote the social and economic development, the Western Region Development Council has adopted an idea to develop the area that has become known today as “Al Gharbia” in both Arabic and English. Thanks to the efforts of the Ruler’s Representative for the Western Region, His Highness Sheikh Hamdan bin Zayed Al Nahyan, Al Gharbia, in addition to its prominent position as an integral part of the Emirate of Abu Dhabi, has become a place enjoying unique identity, values, culture, heritage and Bedouin origins blending with modernity, not to mention its numerous merits qualifying it to receive millions of tourists who flow to the Middle East each year.