Central Hotels, one of the fastest growing hospitality companies in the UAE, announces its participation in this year’s edition of Arabian Travel Market, the biggest travel and hospitality show in the Middle East, taking place from 4th to 7th May at the Dubai World Trade Center.
With the promise of being the “Center of Hospitality” it’s flagship 524-key property: First Central Hotel Apartments, offers a wide range of leisure and business amenities with exquisite dining options.
In addition, Central Hotels will also unveil new projects in the pipeline as it continues to remain one of the fastest and strongest hotel management chains in the UAE. There will be two new properties in The Burj Khalifa District, two in The Palm Jumeirah, one in The Palm Deira and one in TECOM which will be presented to potential and existing partners. The properties are strategically located and will offer an array of services to leisure, business, corporate and MICE markets.
Mr. Ahmad Abdulla Al Ansaari, Chairman, Central Hotels
Mr. Ahmad Abdulla Al Ansaari, Chairman, Central Hotels said: “Central Hotels always has an eye for expansion. With real estate development at the core of our business, our participation in this year’s ATM will highlight First Central Hotel Apartments as our flagship property and will reveal upcoming projects that will cater to a mix of travelers looking for genuine and authentic Arabian hospitality fused with International standards.”
“This year, we are excited to feature our improved services, facilities, and innovations with a dedicated stand for Central Hotels. The team and management are preparing to meet and connect with key stakeholders in the travel, tourism and hospitality industry during this event. We hope to get new business leads and partnerships and also strengthen our relationship with existing clients and partners,” he added.
The Management team of Central Hotels will be located at stand #HC6769 near the Buyer’s Club and the Exhibitor Showcase Theatre & Café at Sheikh Saeed Hall during the 4-day exhibition.