Things are different now – you have exciting offers designed to attract business travellers even during summer.
What has brought about this change? Fadi Mazkour, business development director, Coral International Hotels, Resorts and Spas, attributes it to Dubai’s growing popularity as a business destination. He said, “For one thing, it’s a rapidly increasing clientele. Summer is no longer a lean period. Dubai is now widely recognised as the financial, commercial and e-business capital of the Middle East which has greatly added to business travel that continues to be on the rise even during the summer months. When compared with previous years, company executives are travelling a lot more than they used to during this period.”
In keeping with the trend, Coral International Hotels, Resorts and Spas has come up with some lucrative offers this season. Business travellers to the UAE can benefit from a range of promotions all through the month of August.
To begin with, there are special business promotions at Coral Deira, which offers wireless internet connection anywhere in the hotel, daily business buffet lunch at Dh35, daily delegate rate for meetings up to 50 persons at Dh70.
Then, Coral Oriental offers daily buffet business lunch at Dh40 net for two persons, courtesy transfers to City Centre shopping mall and to Mamzar Beach and park. Coral Beach Resort, Sharjah offers daily Delegate rate for meetings up to 120 persons from Dh70, business centre facilities, Friday brunch at Dh65, special nights mania at Dh65, new treatment and relaxing massage menu at the Spa centre. Also, Coral Suites, Ajman, has daily delegate rate for meetings up to 45 persons at Dh70 net, free transfer and entrance to the nearby Coral Beach Resort and daily business buffet lunch at Dh40.
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