Hotel targets GCC visitors

The Royal Mirage ... a stunning recreation of a traditional Arabian palace.

The Royal Mirage Jumeirah Beach resort in Dubai will be introducing a range of summer initiatives specifically targeting GCC and Middle East visitors.

The Royal Mirage will also be contributing to Dubai's summer activity program.

'We will be introducing a range of initiatives that will be specifically aimed at guests from the GCC and Middle East region,' says general manager Olivier Louis.

'Not only will regional guests from the Gulf be able to enjoy the distinctive elegance of the Royal Mirage but they will also be able to benefit from our special offers.'

For individuals and companies looking to host small conferences and seminars during the summer months, the Royal Mirage has created the 'Meet in Style' program.

'With a philosophy of business for pleasure the Royal Mirage can offer a solution for clients in search of a sanctuary where they can enjoy new ideas and some corporate reflection,' says Louis.

Considered one of the most stylish resorts on Jumeirah Beach, the Royal Mirage pays homage to Arabian architecture, hospitality and is a stunning recreation of a traditional Arabian Palace, on a truly regal scale.

With 250 luxury appointed rooms and suites, each with a sea-facing view, the Royal Mirage promises the guest an unforgettable experience.

The fact that the Royal Mirage is the only low-rise resort on Jumeirah Beach, does generate an elegant yet pleasant and warm surroundings and a secure environment.

Four hundred metres of private beach combined with the award winning 25 acres of beautifully landscaped gardens provide the peaceful and tranquil environment sought by many on a well-earned break.

The resort offers comprehensive water sports and recreational facilities including two swimming pools, three tennis courts, putting green, sailing, windsurfing, water skiing, diving and deep sea fishing. Professional instruction is also available.

The hotel has reported one of the highest occupancies in Dubai in high 90s.

'The figures are very encouraging and reflect the many efforts carried out by the resort, since our opening nearly two years ago,' said Louis.

'There results have also helped to reinforce the decision, with the support of Shaikh Ahmed bin Saeed Al Maktoum, to open a second 225-room Sun International beach property in Dubai, construction for which will begin this month.'