The location of the Marina Heights Towers complex is in Marina Square, which is in the western part of Al Reem Island. There are several different restaurants and cafes, with the likes of First Clique Marina Square Care & Restaurant, Baz Station, Bshawarma and 800PIZZA Al Reem Island pizzeria which are all within walking distance. Carrefour Market Paragon Bay, National International Holding Bank, Hazza'Bin Zayed St/Marina Square and Khor 'Azeez St/Marina Square bus stops are a 10-minute walk from the building. In addition, there is a kindergarten operating under the British EYFS (Early Years Foundation Stage) system called the Playhouse Nursery within the same distance.
The Marina Square area is connected to the mainland of the emirate by the Hazza' Bin Zayed The First St and Al Matla'i St highways, which makes it easy to access anywhere in Abu Dhabi. Places such as Gateway Park, Abu Dhabi Global Market Square International Financial Zone, Butik Mall Art Central, Burjeel Hospital Clinic, Repton School Abu Dhabi or Paris-Sorbonne University can be reached in just a 10-minute drive. The journey time to the central part of the emirate will take no more than 15 minutes. As for some of the most popular places to visit for entertainment in the capital, such as Ferrari World, Formula Rossa, Yas Marina West Circuit, Yas Kartzone, Warner Bros World Abu Dhabi and Yas Waterworld, these are at least half an hour away by car or taxi.
Al Bateen Executive Airport is 20 minutes’ away by car and Abu Dhabi International Airport is a 35 minute drive.
Popular places among tourists are:
- Qasr Al Hosn is the oldest building in Abu Dhabi, built in the form of a watchtower. The age of the building dates back to 1790. After 11 years of restoration, a museum and a center for archaeological and architectural research are located on its territory.
- Heritage Village is a village that recreates the life of Abu Dhabi's indigenous people before the oil boom. The village has a mosque, a history museum and a beach, an exhibition of goats, horses and camels, and also houses a traditional Arab market.