Fraser Suites opens in Dubai
Dubai, June 29, 2010
Frasers Hospitality opened its first property in the United Arab Emirates, Fraser Suites Dubai.
Located on the city’s prestigious Sheikh Zayed Road, Fraser Suites Dubai occupies the top 23 levels of the 45-storey Sidra Tower, a new mixed-use development featuring commercial office suites and high end retail outlets.
The property’s 180 suites and penthouses command sweeping views across the city including iconic landmarks such at the Burj Khalifa, the world’s tallest building, the amazing Palm Jumeirah and kilometers of golden sand beaches lining the Arabian Sea, said a statement.
“Dubai’s status as an international business hub is well-established and its business friendly environment ensures that it will continue to attract high levels of investment,” said Choe Peng Sum, chief executive officer, Frasers Hospitality.
Fraser Suites Dubai provides full kitchen and laundry facilities, large balconies, work desks, luxurious bedding, marble bathrooms with exclusive Peter Thomas Roth amenities and daily housekeeping services, he added.
Other amenities include a round-the-clock reception and concierge, and the in-house Aqua Cafe which offers a full international buffet breakfast and a wide variety of dishes throughout the day.
The property's business facilities include a business centre, boardroom and meeting facilities, perfect for small events for six to 30 people.
Family oriented services and facilities include a 25-metre outdoor swimming pool, children’s wading pool and sundeck, tennis court, squash court, 24-hour gymnasium, aerobics room and Fraser Kid’s Club.-TradeArabia News Service
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