THE upscale Towers Rotana Hotel on Dubai’s prestigious Sheikh Zayed Road is constantly upgrading the facilities and quality of service to anticipate and stay a step ahead of guest needs.
Said general manager Freddy Farid, “We understand our guest mix and take their needs into consideration. Among the changes we have introduced this year is the wireless internet throughout the hotel.”
Farid said that the response to the hotel having joined the invitation-only Great Hotels of The World ‘Incentive and Business Travel’ last year has been overwhelming. He added, “We always look at expanding our wings by being affiliated with international organisations. Our property is in a prime location in Dubai and provides all levels of accommodation and facilities targeted mainly to the business visitors to the city.”
The Towers Rotana Hotel, opposite the Dubai World Trade Centre and five minutes from the elite Jumeirah beach, features 370 superbly appointed accommodation including 115 Executive Club Rotana rooms and suites as well as a wide choice of one-, two- and three-bedroom apartment suites for long-staying guests.
Five food and beverage venues include the award-winning international cuisine and entertainment venue, Teatro, and the exclusive Long’s bar, the longest bar in the Middle East with an authentic Raffles look. Other facilities are a large outdoor swimming pool and Bodylines, the state-of-the-art health and fitness centre. MICE facilities include a choice of ten well designed and fully-equipped meeting rooms.
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