The Ajman Kempinski Hotel & Resort in UAE is offering a "smart" deal for today's busy business executive.
The "Smart Suite" deal offers an all-inclusive value pack to make the stay of a business traveller efficient, easy and luxurious, says a hotel spokeswoman.
"Booking a Smart Suite means that our guest does not need to worry about anything from arrival to departure as we are taking care of all details for a smooth and successful business trip," says Elke Mohr, the hotel's director of sales, who is the driving force behind the concept.
The Smart Suite entitles the guest to the best available suite in the hotel and the keys to a car for unlimited use during the stay.
The guest also has 24 hours free Internet access in the suite. All local calls are free of charge, and a 50 per cent discount is granted on international calls. Fax transmission and secretarial services are included in the package, and if a meeting room is needed at any time, it is provided free of charge.
The hotel also provides free breakfast plus one meal of choice, be it lunch or dinner, all soft drinks you can consume from the minibar, free laundry and dry cleaning.
Everything listed is included in the total price of Dh999 ($273) per day, even the taxes and service charge.
The guest also has access to the hotel's recreational facilities including a private 500-metre sandy beach, swimming pool and fully equipped gymnasium.
Meanwhile, Kempinski Hotels & Resorts became the first major hotel group to be will involved in the prestigious new Palm Island development in Dubai. The company will develop the project with private investor Albwardy Investment Group.
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