ATM 2004 will allow Taj Palace Hotel Dubai to highlight its product as it takes a solo stand for the fourth consecutive year.
General manager Yannick Poupon commented, “Since joining our very first ATM in 2001, Taj Palace Hotel Dubai has always been proud to highlight its brand and its uniqueness in terms of product profile and varied services to the thousands of exhibitors and fair visitors annually. Our decision to once again take a solo stand this year for the Taj Palace Dubai alone is a significant move to reinforce our presence in the very competitive hospitality industry market.”
He added, “The ATM is an appropriate medium for us to announce our new plans for the year with regards to our special rates for the travel and tour operators. We will also be able to present new things taking place in our guest services, dining areas, accommodation units and our recreation centre which houses our popular Taj Ayurvedic Spa and the high-tech Health Club facilities. We have put in our resources at great length this period to be able to have a grand stand where travel trade professionals and media alike can come and meet us all in person for us to be able to acquaint them with all this good news.”
Added Mohd ElKahla, associate director of sales & marketing, “It has been a very good start for us this year; Room occupancy in January registered a whooping 96 per cent. We scored 95 per cent in February and ended the month of March with 96 per cent occupancy rating. Business has always been upbeat on our shores and we hope that during the ATM we will be able to meet more travel tourism partners who are equally keen to work with us in promoting travel to Dubai and of course staying at the Taj Palace Hotel.”
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