Grand Hyatt Doha to debut at travel fair
Doha, March 30, 2009
Grand Hyatt Doha is taking part in the Gulf Incentive, Business Travel and Meetings Exhibition (GIBTM) in Abu Dhabi, which opens tomorrow (March 31).
The Arab League, a voluntary association of 22 Arabic-speaking countries, will be staying at Grand Hyatt Doha, which opened last week, said a company spokesperson.
'We are very pleased to be showcasing Grand Hyatt Doha at GIBTM for the first time,' said Garry Friend, general manager of Grand Hyatt Doha.
'The hotel’s proximity to Doha’s commercial districts, and our impressive business travel and meeting offerings will serve the expected growth in business travellers to Qatar.'
Grand Hyatt Doha will profile its luxurious accommodation, and entertainment and dining options, in addition to the hotel’s 2,200 sq m of function space and 11 meeting rooms of varying sizes.
The hotel boasts a 1,500 sq m, pillarless ballroom that can be divided into three soundproof sections and a substantial pre-function area.
To cater to business travellers’ needs the hotel features underground parking, wireless LAN connectivity in all public areas, meeting and function rooms and state-of-the-art audio visual equipment.
Grand Hyatt Doha is conveniently situated in the city’s new West Bay Lagoon district, just minutes from the city’s financial and commercial centers, places of cultural and historical interest, and Doha International Airport.
Over 250 regional and international organisations participate in GIBTM and the event boasts more than 1,500 attendees with the high-level Hosted Buyer programme guaranteeing the attendance of both visitors and senior level buyers from the Middle East, Asia and Europe.
GIBTM runs from March 31 to April 3, and will be held at Adnec hall.-TradeArabia News Service
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