The Al Massah Ballroom at Sheraton Deira Hotel and Towers Dubai underwent major renovations to keep up the demand to serve the meeting planners, event organisers including wedding planners in a more elegant fashion.
The Al Massah Ballroom, a multi-purpose hall, seating up to 1,200 delegates, has the feature to be convertible into three sections and is easily accessible from the lobby. It has received a fresh brush of soft Fenomastic silk paint while the partitions of the ballroom have been fixed with a pastel shade of gold dust wallpaper. The flooring is dressed with a dark blue Axminster Sigma Carpet having the fire retardant feature with aluminum underlay acting as a soft cushion when walked upon.
Besides for the meeting and incentive segments, the Al Massah Ballroom provides wireless high-speed connectivity feature, whereby guest can surf internet using their own wireless laptop or wireless access cards in a jiffy. “The Voice of customer has always played a vital role in our success, and the recent modernisation of the Al Massah Ballroom is also a result of taking heed to what our valued customers need or look for when it comes to organising a meeting, wedding, conventions and more.”, said a spokesperson for the hotel.
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