Dubai resort to host wedding fair
Dubai, January 20, 2010
The Address Dubai Marina, a five-star premium hotel, is set to host the first The Address Hotels + Resorts Wedding Fair, on January 29 and 30.
The Address Hotels + Resorts, a five-star hotel brand launched by Emaar Hospitality Group, and The Dubai Polo & Equestrian Club will be involved in the wedding fair partnering with several high-end suppliers dedicated to the wedding industry.
Through this tie-up guests can look forward to a plethora of offerings in terms of menus, venues and services with each hotel and resort providing guests different offerings, a statement said.
The initiative brings in a full-fledged plan with all options for the brides and grooms to-be, the statement added.
“The Wedding Fair will prove to be a one-stop-shop for people looking for the perfect wedding day,” said Alma Au Yeung, area director of catering and conference services, The Address Hotels + Resorts.
“During these two days, visitors will receive several unique and value-added offers. Wedding planners, fitness trainers, spa consultants, florists, honeymoon planners and designers will participate in the wedding fair to showcase their products and services,” she added.
The Address culinary team will display a variety of cuisine for guests. Special menus that can be offered for post-wedding parties will also be highlighted. A number of wedding cakes and desserts will be available to taste so visitors of the wedding fair can make an informed choice.
All pre- and post-wedding arrangements can be left to the wedding planners at the fair. Whether small scale or large wedding, the professionals will make the best of the situation.
Special services such as limousine services; flying family in for the wedding and all requirements are made easier with the end-to-end service offered, according to the statement. – TradeArabia News Service
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