The BOA Steakhouse at Eastern Mangroves Promenade in Abu Dhabi provides patrons with a magnificent view of the Abu Dhabi city and Eastern Mangroves.
The Promenade boasts a mix of 11 Eastern Mangroves restaurants, health & beauty and leisure outlets, including a supermarket. Covering more than 3,500 square metres of leasable space, it is inspired by a souk-type avenue.
With the units set back from the open air by an arch-fronted open colonnade, it provides a pedestrian zone specifically for the retail areas. Here residents and visitors can enjoy jogging and biking activities.
Cafes, restaurants and leisure areas offering a number of cuisine choices adorn the open seating spaces. The 30-berth marina, accessible from both land and sea, creates an added dimension for guests and residents to enjoy.
Other than leisure and retail facilities, visitors can also benefit from extensive parking facilities including 370 parking spaces with dedicated valet parking.
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The Eastern Mangroves complex includes a hotel, suites, marina, retail and residential destination, and an urban sanctuary in the heart of Abu Dhabi. This offers guests a luxury escape from the bustle of city life.
As a leisure hotspot, it offers stunning views of the Abu Dhabi skyline. It occupies a prime position along a 1.2 kilometre stretch of Abu Dhabi’s protected eastern mangrove district.
The complex is only 15 minutes from Abu Dhabi International Airport. It features two luxurious urban residential components, a 222-room five-star Eastern Mangroves Hotel and Spa by Anantara and Eastern Mangroves Suites by Jannah.
Stretching over 4.5 square kilometres, the protected Eastern Mangroves district represents a dynamic ecosystem consisting of mature Grey Mangroves interspersed with halophytes (salt-water plants) on the higher grounds. The Grey Mangrove is the only species of mangrove that occurs in the UAE and the Gulf in general, as it is the only species that thrives in the extreme saline and hot conditions experienced here.
The mangroves play a great role in protecting the coastal shorelines from erosion. Furthermore, they provide sheltered areas for native fish to breed. They also act as carbon sinks and are destinations for migratory birdlife including flamingos, which can be found in the mangroves between November and April.