City Seasons backs European MICE event
Dubai, May 19, 2013
City Seasons Hotel Group, a major hotel chain owned by the Bin Ham Group, has announced its participation at an upcoming major trade exhibition in Europe focusing on Meetings, Incentives, Congresses & Exhibitions (MICE).
City Seasons will introduce Royal Rose Hotel, its first five-star hotel and flagship property and promote other properties in Dubai, Abu Dhabi, Al Ain and Muscat at Imex, running from May 21 to 23 in Frankfurt.
The group’s delegation will meet with events, meetings and congress organizers at Imex to promote its six properties namely City Seasons Al Hamra Hotel, City Seasons Hotel Dubai, City Seasons Suites Dubai, City Seasons Hotel Al Ain, City Seasons Hotel Muscat and the Royal Rose Hotel in Abu Dhabi, scheduled to open by September.
Gianni Malerba, general manager, Royal Rose Hotel said: “We are pleased to announce our presence in Imex, one of the most important MICE exhibitions worldwide, to promote our banquet and conference facilities and our friendly and efficient services to make any event a success.
“We have a considerable room inventories in Dubai, Abu Dhabi and Muscat to host events at our properties or provide accommodation for larger, citywide events. We will also take this opportunity to introduce Royal Rose Hotel, our first five-star hotel, to our existing and prospective partners.”
The Royal Rose Hotel, built in a style resembling a Parisian 17th century City Palais, will feature 355 rooms, including 112 boutique suites, 20 luxury suites and one royal suite. – TradeArabia News Service
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