Ramada Ajman to offer water leisure activities
Ajman, October 7, 2013
Ramada Hotel and Suites Ajman has signed a deal with Maxoel Yachts to provide a range of water leisure attractions for its guests.
Maxoel Yachts is offering water leisure facilities including motorised and non-motorised water sports, passenger yacht and boat rent services to the guests of both Ramada Hotel and Suites Ajman, and Ramada Beach Hotel Ajman, said a statement.
Iftikhar Hamdani, general manager, Ramada Hotel and Suites Ajman, said: “We are very excited with this new partnership with Maxoel Yachts as this will provide more reasons for our guests to have a fun and memorable stay in Ajman. These activities will also help promote Ajman as a tourist destination, as more guests are discovering the beauty and fun factor of our emirate.”
Tilemachos Kanellopoulus, Managing Director, Maxoel Yachts, said: “This new deal with Ramada Ajman is a good opportunity for us to tap wider markets in various emirates including the flourishing emirate of Ajman. We are looking forward to providing first-rate water leisure attractions, especially for the adventurous guests who would like to try different water sports and activities.”
The two properties are expecting to host 1,000 tourists per day from CIS, Turkey and Germany towards the last quarter of the year, said Hamdani.
Water activities offered by Maxoel include banana boat, floating lounge and jet ski. Boat and yacht rental for guests are also available for guests who plan a cruise along the Arabian Gulf, said the statement. - TradeArabia News Service
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