Qasr al-Hosn Palace

Abu Dhabi

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Qasr al-Hosn Palace

Built in 1761 as a royal residence and the city’s oldest building, this beautiful palace can be found next to the Abu Dhabi Cultural Foundation. Its main entrance is decorated in true Islamic style with colourful tiles, while inside mashrabiya screens and carved wooden doors have stood for centuries.

Useful Information

  • Address: Between Zayed 1st Street, Khaled Bin Al Waleed Street, Hamdan Bin Mohammed 5th Street and Sheikh Rashid Bin Saeed 2nd Street, Abu Dhabi
  • Email: info@qasralhosnfestival.ae
  • Phone: +971 2 444 0444
  • More Info: http://www.qasralhosn.ae/en
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Do & See

Abu Dhabi’s attractions are diverse and vary from landmark architectural triumphs to centuries-old structures and beaches. The Corniche sweeps along the waterfront from one side of the city to other, passing by the lavishly-planted Al Markaziyah Gardens, one of the many parks in the city, and Lulu Island across the water, which is delightful with its palm trees and nature reserve.