Jordan center completes renovation work
Amman, October 18, 2011
Amman-based The King Hussein Bin Talal Convention Centre (KHBTCC), a major conference and event facility being managed by Hilton, recently completed the first phase of its renovation project.
This comes in line with its preparations to host the World Economic Forum scheduled to take place next week at the centre.
Located at the lowest point on earth, the King Hussein centre was established in 2005. Since then, the centre was known as one of the most convenient business and touristic focal points in the area.
As part of the first phase, the centre has installed new flooring, carpets and curtains in the main hall (Philadelphia) and the entrance area in addition to the full installation of the audio and visual systems, translation services and security measures.
Naif Zureikat, general manager said: “Customer service comes at the heart of Hilton’s core values and we believe that the changes we have done will have a direct positive effect on our guests’ overall experience.”
The KHBTCC sits over 24,000 sq m and its 25 halls are fully equipped with state of the art facilities placing the centre as the leader in the Mice business on the local, regional and international fronts.
“It has always been known for its superior service and attention to details and this renovation project only reflects one aspect of our promise to deliver the best to our customers,” Zuraikat stated.
The centre is currently preparing for the second phase which will take place after the World Economic Forum and will include renovating another four main halls.-TradeArabia News Service
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