The Millennium Hotel Sharjah will be exhibiting at ATM this year to meet new clients and strengthen existing partnerships, according to a hotel spokesman.
The hotel will also roll out new deals and packages for the summer for the period from May 15 to August 31 under the code, ‘Summer Escape’. It will also be promoting individually tailored packages aimed at different travellers.
“The Millennium Hotel Sharjah has been achieving new milestones ever since it opened. We are constantly looking to target new markets for our various business segments, and ATM is the perfect place to do that,” he said. “We would also like to reach out to new airlines and in particular, to tap the MICE trade,” the spokesperson said.
The hotel has just seen a new general manager, Najib Ben Souda, join the team.
Named Sharjah's Leading Hotel by the World Travel Awards in 2005 and 2006, this 259-room hotel offers five different accommodation unit types, including standard rooms, club rooms, two-bedroom suites, junior suites and presidential suites. F&B facilities include Thai restaurant Mojo, Iranian outlet Shiraz, Al Dallah Lounge, the Citrus Coffee Shop and the Pool Terrace, which offers snacks and healthy food.
It has recently opened a new spa, which offers oriental massages.
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