Millenium’s first grand in ME
The Millennium Towers Hotel Dubai will complete its re-branding on May 1, 2008 and will be as of then the Grand Millennium Dubai, part of the prestigious and luxury hotel brand under the Millennium & Copthorne portfolio, thus the first Grand Millennium in the Middle East.
Riad T Al Sadik, owner of the property, who is also chairman of the Habtoor Leighton Group and general manager, Frank Tideman, said they were honoured to be counting their hotel among the few selected Grand Millennium properties in the world.
The new Grand Millennium brand by the Millennium & Copthorne Group was introduced in Malaysia. This luxury variant of the established Millennium branded properties stands out with its luxury in appearance, layout, furniture and finishes, full service and amenities, distinctive and impressionable design.
In Dubai there is an opening package for guests. Costs for a superior room start at Dh1,200 and for deluxe room Dh1,300. The opening package includes a buffet breakfast for single and double occupancy , one voucher per room per night to the value of Dh120 net for a superior room and Dh130 net for deluxe room for a return stay (Redeemable for room only; valid until 30 September 2008), complimentary use of health club and swimming poo and free parking.
Millennium & Copthorne Hotels is a global hotel company, which owns, asset manages and/or operates over 114 hotels in 18 countries around the world.
The group owns properties including the Mayfair in London and the Millennium Broadway in New York. This international chain has properties in the US, Europe, Asia and New Zealand, besides significant presence in the Middle East and north Africa.