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World’s first Warner Bros. hotel opens in Abu Dhabi with new Batmobile at the entrance

The first Warner Bros. hotel is now open, and guests can expect to receive room service delivered personally by Looney Tunes characters like Wascally Wabbit, Bugs Bunny himself.

The United Arab Emirates hotel is called WB Abu Dhabi Curio Collection by Hilton and is located on Yas Island, next to the Warner Bros. World Abu Dhabi theme park.

Warner Bros memorabilia fill the hotel. The property is stocked with 400 film and television images and props, including the cowboy boots worn by James Dean in the 1956 film Giant, which are in a display case, and the all-new Batmobile from the upcoming film The Batman, which welcomes guests. at the entrance.

WB Abu Dhabi Curio Collection by Hilton is the first Warner Bros. hotel and is now open

WB Abu Dhabi Curio Collection by Hilton is the first Warner Bros. hotel and is now open

A photo from a promotional video shows the new Batmobile outside the hotel entrance.

A photo from a promotional video shows the new Batmobile outside the hotel entrance.

A photo from a promotional video shows the new Batmobile outside the hotel entrance.

Also outside are digital screens that span the height of the building and reproduce “original content created for the hotel.”

Upon entering, visitors are greeted by the ‘Living Archive’ spiral staircase, which houses ‘an evolving collection of items dedicated to the vast depth and history of Warner Bros.’ role in entertainment. ‘

Along with the James Dean boots, this archive features Michael Keaton’s hood. [hood] from the 1989 Batman movie and an original drawing of The Great Gatsby.

Themed artwork decorates the walls of each hallway, leading guests to their rooms.

The hotel’s 257 rooms have three unique themes. ‘From Script to Screen’ is the first theme, which highlights ‘highlights’ from Warner Bros. movies and shows and ‘documents the journey from the written page to the final shot.’

Theme number two is ‘Artist Confidential’, which celebrates actors and creatives both in front of and behind the camera in Warner Bros. productions.

The hotel lobby, which is filled with 400 images and film and television accessories from the Warner Bros. archives.

The hotel lobby, which is filled with 400 images and film and television accessories from the Warner Bros. archives.

The hotel lobby, which is filled with 400 images and film and television accessories from the Warner Bros. archives.

Guests looking to enjoy a 'fine dining experience' can venture into 'The Director's Club', pictured

Guests looking to enjoy a 'fine dining experience' can venture into 'The Director's Club', pictured

Pictured is the 'Living Archive' spiral staircase, which houses 'an evolving collection of items dedicated to the great depth and history of Warner Bros.'  role in entertainment '

Pictured is the 'Living Archive' spiral staircase, which houses 'an evolving collection of items dedicated to the great depth and history of Warner Bros.'  role in entertainment '

Guests looking to enjoy a “fine dining experience” can venture into “The Director’s Club,” shown to the left. Pictured to the right is the ‘Living Archive’ spiral staircase, which houses ‘an evolving collection of items dedicated to the vast depth and history of Warner Bros.’ role in entertainment ‘

Finally, the third issue, ‘The Vault’, features images from the Warner Bros. archives that are rarely seen.

There are five restaurants in the hotel, and in one, diners are accompanied by piano music from the score of ‘Westworld’, HBO’s science fiction television show.

An international menu is served at Sidekicks Family Restaurant, and guests can enjoy Mediterranean cuisine at The Matinee Pool Restaurant, which features a “pool theater.”

Themed artwork decorates the walls of each hallway, leading guests to their rooms.  Pictured is one of 257 Warner Bros-themed rooms in the new hotel.

Themed artwork decorates the walls of each hallway, leading guests to their rooms.  Pictured is one of 257 Warner Bros-themed rooms in the new hotel.

Themed artwork decorates the walls of each hallway, leading guests to their rooms. Pictured is one of 257 Warner Bros-themed rooms in the new hotel.

The hotel rooms have three themes: 'From Script to Screen', 'Confidential Artist' and 'The Vault'

The hotel rooms have three themes: 'From Script to Screen', 'Confidential Artist' and 'The Vault'

The hotel rooms have three themes: ‘From Script to Screen’, ‘Confidential Artist’ and ‘The Vault’

The Matinee pool restaurant, pictured above, features 'a pool theater for diving' and serves Mediterranean food

The Matinee pool restaurant, pictured above, features 'a pool theater for diving' and serves Mediterranean food

The Matinee pool restaurant, pictured above, features ‘a pool theater for diving’ and serves Mediterranean food

Another view of the lobby. “Our dream has come true with the grand opening of the first Warner Bros. brand hotel,” says Warner Bros.

Those hoping for a ‘fine dining experience’ can venture into ‘The Director’s Club’, where charcoal ovens are used to cook ‘perfectly aged cuts’. The decor is intended to “reflect the setting of the movie.”

The hotel also features ‘The Overlook’, a lounge with an infinity pool and 360-degree views of the city and the sea.

The hotel’s Kids’ Club is’ a fun and vibrant space designed to bring Warner Bros. ‘characters to life. There, characters like Bugs Bunny and Daffy Duck will have the task of keeping the little ones entertained.

'The Overlook', pictured above, is a lounge with an infinity pool and 360-degree views of Abu Dhabi and the sea

'The Overlook', pictured above, is a lounge with an infinity pool and 360-degree views of Abu Dhabi and the sea

‘The Overlook’, pictured above, is a lounge with an infinity pool and 360-degree views of Abu Dhabi and the sea

An international menu is served at Sidekicks, pictured above, which is a family restaurant

An international menu is served at Sidekicks, pictured above, which is a family restaurant

An international menu is served at Sidekicks, pictured above, which is a family restaurant

Families can also head over to Warner Bros. ‘the Prop Shop to pick up some souvenirs from their stay.

Pam Lifford, President, WarnerMedia Global Brands and Experiences, said: “Our dream has come true with the grand opening of the first Warner Bros. brand hotel. We always strive to be fan-centered and have developed an exceptional hospitality experience for connect even more with the iconic Warner Bros. brands, franchises and characters they know and love. ‘

Nearby Warner Bros. World Abu Dhabi has six parks, including DC’s Metropolis and Gotham City, Cartoon Junction and Bedrock. Each hotel guest has access to the park, as well as other Yas Island attractions, every night of their stay.

For more information visit hilton.com.

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