Warner Bros to open £85million hotel that’s right by a thrilling theme park

Warner Bros has announced its first ever themed hotel – and it cost £85 million to build.

The entertainment company is partnering with Miral to develop a family friendly hotel in Abu Dhabi.

The hotel is going to be situated adjacent to the Warner Brothers theme park.

This family friendly estate is expected to cost a total of $112 million, or £85 million approximately.

The hotel is expected to have 250 rooms and promises "modern décor that celebrates Warner Bros.’ extensive film and television library".

Visitors should expect a kids club, child friendly pools, and plenty of Warner Bros themed restaurants.

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Guests will also be able to enjoy a luxury spa and fitness club.

And when they’re done working on wellness, they can chill out in a rooftop pool that boasts views of the theme park in the distance.

Warner Bros has not yet commented on what the rooms would look like, but a rendered image shows a room littered with references to iconic Warner Bros. characters, like Bugs Bunny insignia.

The entertainment company is known for many iconic characters from film and TV, including Bugs Bunny, Tom and Jerry, Mad Max, and a whole range of DC superheroes like Batman, Superman, Wonder Woman and Aquaman.

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Miral is a major development agency is Abu Dhabi.

The company is responsible for the development of several major projects in the Yas islands.

Some of these projects include Warner Bros. World Abu Dhabi, Ferrari World and Yas Waterworld as well as the upcoming SeaWorld Abu Dhabi.

They also recently opened Clymb Abu Dhabi, a leisure and sports attraction that cost $100 million (£75 million) to build.

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