UAE resort hosts Saudi tourism delegation
Abu Dhabi, November 25, 2012
Tilal Liwa Hotel, a secluded hideaway leisure resort perched on the edge of Rub Al Khali Desert in the UAE, recently welcomed Prince Abdullah Bin Saud Al Saud, the chairman of Saudi Commission for Tourism and Antiquities (SCTA) and other delegates to the property.
Organised by the Abu Dhabi Tourism and Culture Authority (TCA Abu Dhabi), the visit of the SCTA team along with Mohamed Abdullah Omari, the executive director of the General Authority for Tourism and Antiquities in Makkah and several officials from the Jeddah Municipality, was conducted to promote the Western Region and to identify the rapid growth of tourism in the area, said a statement from Tilal Liwa Hotel.
Ayman Ashor, the general manager, Tilal Liwa Hotel, said the management had arranged a tour of the property and showed the visiting delegation its facilities and services.
"We also prepared a sumptuous lunch for the delegates. We hope this visit will further promote Tilal Liwa Hotel to the residents of Saudi Arabia and we invite them to the property so they too can experience the true essence of Arabian hospitality," he added.
As a token of appreciation, the group gifted Ashor with a Hotel Jeddah Roshan (Shield) for the great service and hospitality the property and its team have extended to the group, the statement added.
Tilal Liwa Hotel, managed by Danat Hotels & Resorts, a division of National Corporation for Tourism & Hotels is located at the edge of Rub Al Khali desert in the Western Region of the emirates.-TradeArabia News Service
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