Sheraton Dubai to mark 32 years of operations
Dubai, December 14, 2010
The Sheraton Dubai Creek Hotel & Towers will mark its 32 years of operations in Dubai with a line-up of indulgences for its guests during the upcoming festive season.
The five-star hotel is already busy preparing for big feasts of scrumptious spreads of Italian, Japanese, Indian and international cuisines, a statement said.
From behind the scenes, the culinary brigade is busy creating extensive menus for the festive season and excited associates waiting to welcome and host their guests, it added.
“We are very fortunate to have been able to celebrate 32 years of Christmas and New Year in Dubai as we grow and prosper in parallel with the city,” said Heinz F Grub, general manager of Sheraton Dubai Creek Hotel & Towers.
“The market has grown tremendously in the recent decade, presenting plenty of opportunities for F&B outlets to thrive here.”
“This is a busy period for us in the hospitality industry and our goal is to invest in carefully packaged promotions in order to meet our customer’s requirements. Customers are highly savvy these days, more so in a highly competitive dining scene like Dubai, therefore we are making sure that we give what the customers want,” he added.
Chef Martin Braecker, executive chef of Sheraton Dubai Creek Hotel & Towers, said: “Based on feedback received from our guests, we are customizing our menus this year by providing them with the option to order from a la carte or set menus and even the all-inclusive gala packages.”
“Considering that festive dinners are usually a big affair involving a sizeable group of people, these options are certainly easier on the wallet. Our menus have been designed to suit our guests’ preferences and we believe we are able to offer value for money options without compromising on quality and service,” he concluded. – TradeArabia News Service
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