ANANTARA SIR BANI YAS ISLAND AL SAHEL VILLAS, ABU DHABI, Opening 2013
Located within the celebrated Arabian Wildlife Park, Anantara Sir Bani Yas Island Al Sahel Villas offers an incomparable glimpse of natural beauty up close. Take guided treks to nearby salt-domed hilltops, pausing to admire the splendour of free-roaming animals. Cherish cosy evenings at the Savannah Grill, feasting on the freshest produce and succulent grilled meats.
Set amid the unique beauty of the desert, Anantara Al Sahel Villas is an elegant oasis effortlessly ensconced within the island’s rugged environment. From your private villa, catch rare glimpses of grazing gazelles and other island inhabitants. Explore the savannah on nature and wildlife walks and marvel at views over the Gulf. Savour aperitifs infused with Arabian herbs, and spend evening hours unwinding in the warm waters of your private plunge pool beneath the stars.
Situated on Sir Bani Yas Island at the near foot of salt-domed hilltops and the open plains of the 4,100 hectare Arabian Wildlife Park, the 30 private villas offer five-star amenities with a traditional and authentic touch. Sustainably designed and run, Al Sahel shares its island home with over 10,000 free-roaming animals and harmoniously co-exists within this haven of natural wildlife. Featuring traditional thatch-roofed design and high levels of elegance and comfort, the Al Sahel Villas and facilities create private, luxury spaces amid unparalleled natural wonder.
Anantara Al Sahel Villas key features:
- 30 luxury villas
- Savannah Grill & Lounge – All-day grilled cuisine
- An additional 5 further dining choices at sister resorts
- Swimming pool
- Prayer room
- Wedding facilities
- Fully equipped gym
- Anantara Spa Villa
Island features (with complimentary transport)
- Anantara Spa
- The Workout Room
- Kids’ & Teens’ Club
- Tennis courts
- Watersports Centre
- Desert Islands Conference Centre
Unwind at the Anantara Spa, with treatments blending ancient Bedouin rituals and modern practices.
Explore the splendour of the Arabian Wildlife Park, home to over 10,000 free roaming animals, through Nature and Wildlife Walks around the island