Beach Rotana adds on 22 junior suites

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The Beach Rotana Hotel & Towers has introduced 22 new junior suites to its existing 26 Suites, each measuring 55 sq m with the unique feature of a living room area where guests can easily entertain visitors or spend relaxation time.

Guests staying in one of the junior suites can enjoy the use and facilities of Club Rotana, which provides exclusive privileges at very competitive rates.

In addition, Karim El Ghazzawi, resident manager of the Beach Rotana Hotel & Towers, has also announced the introduction of the Goldfish Bowl programme, where Honey & Bunny, the resident goldfish, are on hand in each room to keep the lone businessman company throughout his stay. Although not the most talkative companion, Honey & Bunny are great listeners and know how to keep a secret!

“To complement the traditional room amenities, we were looking to add a more personal touch to each of our guest’s stay at the Beach Rotana Hotel & Towers,” adds El Ghazzawi.

Each Goldfish has been adopted by a member of the housekeeping department who monitor their diet and well-being.

“And not forgetting all the other important guests, The Beach Rotana Hotel & Towers prides itself on delighting their younger guests. Upon check in, our guest relations team present each child with a unique and personally chosen gift for them to play with during their stay,” said a hotel spokesperson.

“In any one of our dining outlets, a selection of games, puzzles and drawings which are both mentally stimulating and fun are given to kids and on leaving, after having completed a kids comment card, each child is given a finger puppet to take away with them. In the evening, when housekeeping are preparing turn down, a little story is left next to their pillow for them to read before going to sleep.”

Children will now also have the added luxury of having their own bathrobes available in sizes for age groups from one year to 10-years-old.

“Guests love hotel bathrobes so much that they very often purchase them to take home. We thought that it would be a great idea to introduce a bathrobe for the young ones so that they can enjoy them as much as their parents do,” states El Ghazzawi.