First Pullman hotel opens in Dubai
Dubai, September 21, 2010
Accor, the leading hotel operator, has opened its first upscale hotel brand, the Pullman Dubai Mall of the Emirates (MoE) in Dubai.
“I am delighted to welcome everyone to celebrate the official opening of Pullman Dubai MoE,” said Laurent Chaudet, general manger of the Pullman Dubai MoE.
“The launch of Pullman hotel in Dubai, our first entry into the upscale market is an opportunity to cater to the unique demands of business and leisure travelers with its tailored approach of high quality services and facilities.”
The Pullman Dubai MoE features 481 rooms and suites all equipped with modern luxurious amenities, designed to provide functional spaces for both relaxation and work. The rooms and suites can cater to a single business traveller or to families.
While the four food and beverage outlets provide a diverse range of cuisines, the signature restaurant, Sanabel, specialises in cuisine inspired by the Mediterranean and provides all day dining experience with live cooking stations and al fresco seating.
Pullman offers facilities for medium-to-large meetings (serving a core target of 100-plus participants).
“Co-Meeting” is the Pullman approach to meetings, conferences and incentive events. This new take on meetings includes dedicated areas, latest-generation equipments, innovative breaks and special-purpose meeting teams (event manager, IT solutions manager).
At Pullman Dubai MoE, an entire floor is dedicated to executive facilities and features nine meeting rooms with private breakout areas with the flexibility to host different sized events from board meetings to conferences.
The hotel is directly linked to the region’s premier shopping destination - The Mall of the Emirates and to Dubai’s transport link, the Metro. The property is twenty minutes from the Dubai International Airport and close to business districts including Tecom and Jebel Ali Free Zone. – TradeArabia News Service
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