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Le Meridien Al Aqah Beach Resort - Fujairah

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Nestled between the majestic Hajar Mountains and the crashing cerulean waves of the Indian Ocean, Le Méridien Al Aqah Beach Resort immerses guests in the stunning natural beauty and historical significance of Fujairah, the only emirate in the east coast of the United Arab Emirates that is almost entirely mountainous. The hotel features 218 sea view rooms, nine meeting rooms, nine food and beverage options, a professional dive centre, penguin club for kids, a luxurious spa, and easy access to unique experiences such as snorkeling trips, water sports, deep sea fishing, and four-wheel drive expeditions. Read more...

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