Golden Sands set to draw new markets at ATM
Dubai, April 28, 2013
Golden Sands Hotel Apartments will showcase its refurbished look, unveil its summer promotion and target new markets such as Australia, Latin America and the Far East at the upcoming Arabian Travel Market (ATM) in Dubai.
The 20th edition of Arabian Travel Market, the Middle East’s leading travel and tourism exhibition, is running from May 6 to 9 at Dubai International Convention and Exhibition Centre.
The GCC market is Golden Sands’ strongest market but recently, they reported receiving quite a number of visitors from Australia which is expected to increase after the new partnership between Qantas and Emirates Airlines.
The Far East market, especially the Indian travellers, is also a potential market that come to Dubai either on stop over or long holidays.
“ATM has always given us great exposure within the Middle East region,” Mohammed Khoori, general manager, Golden Sands Hotel Apartments, part of A A Al Moosa Enterprises.
“It is a great platform to network with other hoteliers and discuss the industry’s trends. We have the opportunity to showcase our products, services and economical rates thus attracting new partners every year. We are working closely with our partners to extend our special summer promotions in key markets such as GCC, UK and Australia. We expect to sign off contracts with loyal partners as well as begin business relationship with new ones.”
“We are pleased to announce that we are currently doing our refurbishment project to give our two- and three-bedroom apartments a new and refreshed look. We are also now offering free Wi-Fi internet to all our guests in all our rooms and apartments. We would like to invite everyone to our stand so we can show the changes that we have made to our studios as well as the lobby, restaurant and poolside,” he added.
Located in Bur Dubai, Golden Sands Hotel Apartments offers over 600 accommodation units in configuration of studios, two-room studios, executive suites, one, two and three bedroom apartments. – TradeArabia News Service