Hughes believes the game may become an annual fixture, if the international calendar allows.
"It's an opportunity for us to take a team to our home from home," said Hughes, whose coaching team will also be staging clinics and whose players will be getting out to meet the people who live in the city.
"We are looking forward to it - with it being international week we will be taking a development squad of the younger players, of whom we are very proud.
"We have a production line from the academy, and want to take the best players to give them experience of playing abroad, so it will be a good exercise.
"We also want to enjoy the kind of welcome which we have always had when we go to Abu Dhabi."