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Bavaria Executive Suites to expand room capacity for medium to large groups in Dubai

Bavaria Executive Suites Dubai gave a strong presence at GIBTM Abu Dhabi 8 – 10 April and represented by its CEO Thomas Gertz and Marketing Manager Ms Sharon Foo. Finding hotel and meetings space for medium to large size groups has long been a challenge in the rapidly developing city of Dubai.

This challenge will soon be overcome as the hotel operator believes when Bavaria Executive Suites Dubai opens late summer 2008 with 2,100 designer suites in two 40-storey towers.

Thomas Gertz, CEO Bavaria Hotels International commented: “For conferences large or small, Bavaria Executive Suites Dubai is more than a hotel; it is a flexible marketing tool, with all the components necessary for successful business under one roof.  We do not merely host groups; we are partners in the delivery and execution of successful meetings and events, from before the arrival to beyond the departure.  Our objective, as host hotel, is to ensure the delegates experience the very best of Dubai, and depart with a sense of achievement and fulfillment.

According to Mr Gertz: “60% of our business will be corporate, with 30% of this coming from the MICE market.  MICE Groups generally stay an average of 4 nights, with 50+ participants.  At least one day consists of official meetings, with the remainder of the time being spent exploring the city either on organized excursions or personal leisure. This represents a considerable amount of money being brought into the city by Bavaria Executive Suites Dubai. The average rates we will be charging make Bavaria Executive Suites Dubai a very affordable option for groups and incentives to the region.”

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