Hyatt Hotels will have a bigger presence at this year's Arabian Travel Market in Dubai with more representatives from the group's properties around the world present at the annual event.
Hyatt, which has taken part in every ATM since its inception, will be showcasing the new Grand Hyatt Dubai in more details, as well as Hyatt Regency Taba Heights in Egypt.
"We are again participating with an even larger stand, and more Hyatt personnel attending than ever before, as the Middle East is becoming an attractive leisure destination," the group said.
Hyatt representatives from Germany, Indonesia, Hong Kong, Saudi Arabia, Amman, Muscat, Dubai and Egypt will be at the event this year.
"We feel that ATM is the leader in trade shows in the Middle East, and gets better and better each year," said a Hyatt spokesman.
"We hope to continue our exposure in the region, with the excellent relationships we have established with the existing operators."
Hyatt offers many different experiences and it's the "Hyatt Touch" that makes up those experiences.
"At Hyatt, we believe a great hotel should offer more than a good night's sleep. It should create an environment that awakens your senses.
"You'll find it in the subtle detail that gives each of our hotels and resorts a personality all its own ... as unique and different as its location and surroundings."
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