Titled "The Oberoi Beach Resort, Al Zorah Opens in the UAE", the writer very aptly opens the piece by lauding the legendary Oberoi service, saying "Oberoi Hotels & Resorts, internationally acclaimed for its unmatched service standards and commitment to excellence, announces the opening of The Oberoi Beach Resort, Al Zorah." Coming to the location and architecture of the resort, the writer highlights that "Nestled within 247 acres of rich ecological wetland, Al Zorah boasts exceptional biodiversity and is home to almost sixty species of birds and marine life. The Oberoi Beach Resort, Al Zorah presents a sophisticated design set within mangrove forests, caressed by the gentle sea breeze and in harmony with nature, spread along white sandy beaches, azure lagoons and set in close proximity to the two million square meters of lush, green mangroves."
The writer also emphasises that "The Oberoi Beach Resort has been designed by the famous Italian architect Piero Lissoni and the resort’s luxury accommodation includes rooms, suites and villas with private terraces and swimming pools. Guests can choose secluded accommodation offering privacy and tranquillity or two and three bedroom villas for family holidays. The resort’s timeless aesthetic design and abundance of natural light and ocean views are unique to the resort."
Also mentioned in the piece are the culinary offering at the resort, namely Aquario, the Poolside Lounge and Vinesse and Sensio Spa - "a tranquil oasis with private therapy suites."
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