Stopover in Abu Dhabi for free

Turn your stopover into the trip of a lifetime. Explore Abu Dhabi on the way to your next destination with a free two-night stopover. Follow the three simple steps below to book now.

How to Book

Step 1

Book your multi-city flight on etihad.com and select the date you wish to travel.

Step 2

Once you’ve booked your flight, choose which hotel you’d prefer to stay at from the list below. You’ll need to keep your flight booking reference handy to book your hotel*.

Step 3

Once your booking is complete, we’ll email you your free hotel voucher.

Stopover Information and Eligibility

Book your free Abu Dhabi stopover between 7 April and 15 June 2019, for travel between 21 April and 15 July 2019. If you are travelling outside of these dates, you can find more information on our other stopover options here.
Flying in Business? You can book our Premium Stopover package here.

If you are travelling from India or Asia you can check Visa requirements here.

*Please note that hotel bookings can only be made in English. You’ll need to enter credit card details when you book in order to guarantee your reservation. You will only be charged if you do not arrive at the hotel.

Choose from 15 of our Hotel Partners

Centro Al Manhal

Courtyard by Marriott WTC

Crowne Plaza Abu Dhabi

Crowne Plaza Yas Island

Dusit Thani Abu Dhabi

Holiday Inn Downtown

InterContinental Abu Dhabi

Le Meridien Abu Dhabi

Premier Inn Abu Dhabi International Airport

Radisson Blu Yas Island

Ramada Corniche

Ramada Downtown

TRYP by Wyndham

Hawthorn Suites by Wyndham

Traders Qaryat Al Beri

Explore a city like nowhere else in the world

We’re proud to call Abu Dhabi our home, but this is your city now, and it’s time to explore it on your terms.

Explore Abu Dhabi for less

Save with the Extraordinary Abu Dhabi Pass

Did you know that your Etihad boarding pass also doubles up as your Extraordinary Abu Dhabi Pass? Simply present your boarding pass at participating outlets to receive exclusive discounts at some of the best attractions, restaurants, spas and beaches in the capital.

Vibrant, diverse, extraordinary

Abu Dhabi is so much more than year-round sunshine and sandy beaches

Abu Dhabi is a vibrant and diverse city, with so much to see and do, especially for families. The capital is underpinned by a rich heritage that has helped to shape a new, modern city with impressive skylines, luxurious hotels, world-class theme parks and adrenaline-fuelled entertainment.

Al Hosn, Abu Dhabi 1904 © bpk/Ethnologisches Museum, SMB/Hermann Burchardt

Where the past shapes the future

Explore Qasr Al Hosn, the most iconic landmark in Abu Dhabi

Dating back to the 18th century, Qasr Al Hosn is the oldest building in Abu Dhabi. As a celebration of Emirati heritage, culture and tradition, visitors can learn about the history of the capital of the UAE, and how the humble beginnings of the country are helping to shape an innovative future.

Emirati experiences

Experience Abu Dhabi through the eyes of a local

Take a glimpse into the past and discover more about Abu Dhabi’s unique heritage alongside a local tour guide.

Family days are days well spent

Feel the rush of adrenaline at our first-class theme parks

Abu Dhabi’s theme parks aren’t just for children – they’re for the big kids too! Ride the world’s fastest roller coaster at Ferrari World Abu Dhabi, dive into adventure at Yas Waterworld Abu Dhabi or catch up with your favourite superheroes and characters at Warner Bros. World™ Abu Dhabi.

World-class shopping and dining

Shop until you drop or dine around the world? Why not have both

Abu Dhabi is a shopper’s paradise - with stores from leading designer brands and high-street favourites in every mall - but the emirate’s dining scene is also one of the most exciting and diverse in the world. From romantic beachside barbeques to family-friendly brunches with dedicated children’s areas, there's a huge choice of restaurants across the emirate to suit any taste or budget.

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