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Arriving at Qasr al Sarab Desert Resort


Set in the Liwa Desert surrounded by dunes


Classic desert scene


One of the swimming pools


Swimming pools at night


Deluxe Room


Deluxe Terrace Room


Wonderful desert views from Suhail Restaurant


Suite at Qasr al Sarab

Qasr al Sarab, Liwa Desert, Abu Dhabi

Luxury desert resort set amongst the dunes and providing a real feel of Arabia

7 nights from £1,100 to £1,700 per person (depending on season), including flights and transfers 

Set within the legendary Liwa Desert, one of the largest uninterrupted sand deserts in the world, Qasr Al Sarab Desert Resort embraces the epic adventures of this evocative landscape and provides a gorgeous, luxury oasis for an exceptional holiday experience.


Guest rooms exude an ethnic opulence with indigenous fabrics and jewelled chandeliers, and many have either a balcony or terrace. All have complimentary wi-fi, while one-bedroom suites feature interior details such as handcrafted wooden tea chests along with incredible desert views. In addition, there are one, two and three-bedroom villas set away from the main hotel building, each with a private pool and sundeck, and butler service, making them ideal for families and groups. 

Activities & Experiences

From Qasr Al Sarab, trips can be taken into the desert: ride a camel over sun soaked dunes as the foreboding landscape unwinds eternally in front of you or enjoy the experience from the comfort of a four wheel drive vehicle. Falconry can also be experienced. 

Facilities & Services

There are three restaurants: Al Waha restaurant serves fine Arabic cuisine. Suhail the French inspired restaurant and Ghadeer restaurant, featuring an island setting accessible via bridges for lighter, informal meals. Other facilities include: the superb Anantara Spa, freeform infinity-edge swimming pool, floodlit tennis court and a state-of-the-art fitness centre and yoga studio.

There's a kids club for children aged 4 years and above and babysitting is readily available. The teen’s room has computer games and activities to keep older age groups entertained.

Weather & Seasons

The best time to visit is between October and March, when temperatures hang around the mid-20s and the humidity is under control. 

Getting Here

It's a 7 hour direct flight to Abu Dhabi from the UK, followed by a 2 hour transfer.

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Time to Get in Touch?

Please call us on 0203 019 3722 or simply send us an email outlining your requirements.

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