Crown International, owners of the Starwood property, Four Points by Sheraton Bur Dubai located in the city`s financial belt, have announced an important extension plan of their outlets throughout the summer months.
More than Dh1.5 million is being invested in a new lobby lounge area as well as a significant extension of the popular Viceroy and the renowned north Indian specialty restaurant, Antique Bazaar.
“The project was decided due to the popularity of our outlets with both residents in the area, as well as people working in Bur Dubai,” says Habib Khan, general manager, Four Points by Sheraton Bur Dubai.
“The new outlets will include a lot more space with the Viceroy now seating 60 persons and the Antique Bazaar now seating 74 persons,” he adds.
“We are pleased to say that we have seen a significant increase in patrons of our outlets throughout the past few years and it made perfect financial sense to respond accordingly.” In addition, the hotel’s lobby lounge area is also being remodelled and will feature a business lounge by the end of the summer season.
“The idea of this business lounge is a unique service which we will provide to our customers as a hotel,” continues Khan.
“Once again, we are expecting a mix of in-house guests, residents and office workers to use the facility. They can enjoy a relaxing coffee or tea whilst finishing off their work or simply enjoying the Internet.”
The Four Points by Sheraton Bur Dubai has a total of 125 rooms equipped with IDD telephone, satellite television and internet access. Executive and Grande Deluxe rooms are also available including breakfast and a host of other privileges. Meeting and banquet facilities can accommodate up to 450 guests and the outdoor poolside venue can accommodate up to 75 guests.
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