One of the ‘World’s 22 Most Incredible Private Islands’ (as voted by CondeNast Traveller UK) invites you to a new level of luxury for your holiday to Abu Dhabi. Surround yourself with the sound of the calming waves and embark on a serene journey through Zaya Nurai Island’s decadent amenities.
Dining at Zaya Nurai, Abu Dhabi
Experience a postcard-perfect island in the Arabian Gulf, encompassed by turquoise waters and fringed by white sands. It’s a place where the design embraces the island’s nature, creating what feels like a personal nirvana for guests of all tastes. And speaking of taste, there are seven dining options for foodies to explore, from the vibrant 'Ginger Mermaid' to the laid-back ‘Book Cellar’ where you can select from a range of bestsellers, magazines and board games as you enjoy a freshly brewed beverage accompanied by a selection of artisanal cheeses.
Things to do at Zaya Nurai Island
Take advantage of island life and hit the sea with a range of watersports, including stand-up paddle board, beach snorkelling, pedalo boats and sea kayaking. Or sink into sanctuary at Nurai Spa where you can stargaze in the therapeutic treatment centre. For fitness fanatics, there’s a state-of-the-art gym, plus classes which include yoga, pilates and outdoor conditioning classes. Whatever you choose, you’re bound to feel refreshed.
At Zaya Nurai Island, there’s something for everyone. Described as a ‘family-friendly fun land,’ this exquisite resort provides curated activities your young ones will love, including learn-through-play and supervised activities especially for the kids. If your dream escape involves living in a tropical paradise on a luxury private island, booking Naya Nurai Island will bring that vision to life. This is a resort that caters to everybody.
Know before you go
If you’d like to go out for the day, speedboat transfers to and from Saadiyat are included with bookings at Zaya Nurai Island. Speedboat transfers are provided on the condition that guests purchase transfers to/from the airport to Saadiyat where the boat departure point is.
Please note: Scheduled boats depart from Saadiyat Island to Zaya Nurai Island every hour from 8.30am – 12.30am. Boats run from Zaya Nurai Island to Saadiyat every hour from 9am – midnight.
Please note: Ramadan 2022 is from 2nd April - 1st May. Visitors to the Middle East during this time should be aware that opening times may vary and some restrictions may apply. Please speak to your Middle East specialist at Kenwood Travel for more information.
Please note: A tourism tax of AED 15 per room per night applies at this hotel, to be paid locally.