THE Fujairah Rotana Resort & Spa, which opens its door to guests this month, is billing itself as the ideal conference getaway.
“The hotel offers a multitude of outdoor event options, including gala dinners, themed nights and planned parties all in the breathtaking panoramic views of the Indian Ocean. Our talented multilingual staff believe that when it comes to our guests needs, the sky is truly the limit,” says a spokesperson.
The five-star property is sited on Al Aqah Beach between the Hajar Mountains and the Indian Ocean and is recreated in colonial resort style.
It is easily accessible from both Fujairah and Dubai airports and its 25 rooms – all with a private terrace or balcony overlooking the Indian Ocean – are complemented by five F&B outlets.
Conference and banqueting facilities include three luxurious meeting rooms and acres of ‘al fresco’ beach and garden banquet venues. “The Al Wurayah ballroom serves as a suitable venue for larger functions, while the hotel’s grounds offer a backdrop for weddings, product launches, seminars or any event. Our Conference team are passionate about getting it right first time, every time,” says the spokesperson.
On the wedding front, the hotel offers comprehensive services for everything from bridal shower, to hen party and bachelor diving or snorkelling trips, ceremony, reception, and farewell banquet.
“Whatever your preference, cherished traditionalism, sophisticated glamour or exclusive intimacy, weddings at the resort will be uniquely yours,” she says.
The resort also offers complimentary water sports to its guests, a service that is sure to find much favour.
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