Address to host wedding fair
Dubai, October 3, 2011
The Address Hotels + Resorts Wedding Fair, a one-stop destination that brings together all wedding related services under one roof, will host this year’s event at the Address Dubai Marina.
The event will take place on October 22 and 23 and will include choices of venue options at the various properties of the hotel group, decorators, professional wedding planners, dress designers, diverse selection of buffet set-ups, florists, souvenir providers, make-up artists and entertainment providers.
Brides to-be can make informed choices regarding the full planning of weddings, and also draw on the expertise of dedicated wedding planners at venue, who will ensure that all the preparations are executed to the last detail with style and panache, a statement from the hotel said.
Patrick Heuze, CEO, Emaar Hospitality Group, said: “The response to the wedding fair in the past three years has been overwhelming, and this year, we are hosting the event in one of the popular lifestyle destinations in the city – The Address Dubai Marina. The fair will provide a comprehensive overview of all wedding requirements and enable visitors to make informed decisions that will help them to conduct their wedding with ease and peace of mind.”
To be held at the Constellation Ballroom of the hotel, the fourth fair will showcase all the stunning venue options available at the five properties of The Address Hotels + Resorts in Dubai, it said.
The hotels, located in prime destinations, include: The Address Downtown Dubai, The Address Dubai Mall, The Address Dubai Marina, The Address Montgomerie Dubai and The Palace - The Old Town.
In addition to this, the Dubai Marina Yacht Club and Dubai Polo & Equestrian, two prime leisure assets of Emaar Hospitality Group, will also showcase their venues that are ideal for wedding functions. – TradeArabia News Service
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