Southern Sun launches roadshow with Emaar
Dubai, May 27, 2012
Southern Sun Middle East, a leading hotel operator in the region, has embarked on a GCC Roadshow with Emaar Hospitality Group, the hospitality and leisure subsidiary of Emaar Properties.
The roadshow will run from May 26 to 31, covering major cities across the GCC with visits to Dammam (May 26), Riyadh (May 27), Jeddah (May 28), Kuwait City (May 29 and 30) and Doha (May 31).
Representing Southern Sun Middle East in each city is Pierre Delfau, complex general manager to Southern Sun’s two flagship properties in Downtown Dubai, Southern Sun Al Manzil and Qamardeen Hotels, as well as Abdo Kayali, complex director of Sales and Marketing for the two properties.
“The relationships we have built with our travel trade partners in the region are integral to communicating the unique and personalised service and product offering provided by Southern Sun Al Manzil and Qamardeen Hotels,” said Delfau.
“This summer, as always, we are focusing our efforts on meeting the needs of the important GCC family traveller, as well as the regional business traveller and MICE segment, with a line-up of packages that provide great value.”
Kayali said: “With our ’Live it Up’ Summer Campaign, we are looking to treat the entire family with an exceptional menu of holiday packages where guests can extend their stay for either 3 nights, four nights or five nights, at either Al Manzil or Qamardeen Hotel, to make the most of their time in Dubai with a host of complimentary entertainment benefits at some of the most popular leisure attractions including Dubai Ice Rink, Dubai Aquarium & Underwater Zoo, SEGA Republic, KidZania or At the Top, Burj Khalifa – depending on the length of stay.”
“To ensure that we meet all the needs of today's discerning business traveller we have tailored exceptional corporate packages that offer the perfect blend of connectivity and comfort, all in the heart of Downtown Dubai.”
“Our special corporate rates from Dh550++ ($149.7++) per person at Al Manzil Hotel and Dh500++ per person at Qamardeen Hotel also include thoughtful complimentary benefits to enhance one’s stay, such as press service, wireless internet access, as well as shuttle services to key attractions,” he added.
“For the MICE traveller, Southern Sun Al Manzil and Qamardeen Hotels have also devised a conference package concept where MICE travellers can book 10 rooms between June 1 and August 31 and receive free use of a meeting room, as well as complimentary benefits that include: wireless internet access, stationery, flipcharts, LCD projector and screen, sound system; dedicated conference assistance throughout the event; breakfast, two coffee breaks and lunch,” he concluded. – TradeArabia News Service
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