With China tipped to become one of the worlds top outbound travel markets, the Grand Millennium Dubai is seeking to become a preferred destination for the new age travelers and hence the hotels participation in the first Chinese Visitor Summit held in Dubai last week.
Some 76 leading tour operators from China were present at the event, representing both leisure and MICE travel sectors, and reaction from the delegation to the attractions of Dubai was highly positive.
We were delighted at the response and interest we received at the summit, commented Peter Mansourian, General Manager at the Grand Millennium Dubai. Most Chinese visitors are keen to stay at a location that is within close proximity to all citys top touristic and shopping attractions.
Located between Mall of the Emirates and Ibn Battuta Mall, the Grand Millennium Dubai was of tremendous interest to the Chinese tour operators, and we expect more business for the hotel arising out of the summit.
Dubai as a destination is extensively gaining popularity in China, it
is a must-see for those considering long-haul travel, and this event has familiarised the major travel operators with the relevant facts and contacts, said Mr Mansourian.
We are ready to exert all the required effort to accommodate the specific needs of the Chinese traveler and tailor make packages to suite this market segment added Mr. Mansourian.
Located just off the Sheikh Zayed Road, the Grand Millennium offers easy access to citys prime leisure and business attractions including beach and golf relaxation. The 343-room hotel features nine treatment room spa, atmosphere controlled pool, a range of award-winning restaurants and bars, including Asian and Italian cuisines, and is just 20 minutes from the international airport and adjacent to the Dubai Metro.
For more information please visit http://www.grandmillenniumdubai.com
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