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November 10, 2013 /PRNewswire/ --
The 42-storey property, Novotel Dubai Al Barsha, is open for business, accepting its first guest today, Sunday 10 November.
Overlooking the Arabian Gulf, the four-star hotel has an inventory of 465 guest rooms, five food and beverage outlets, ten meeting rooms and a business centre, not to forget a host of leisure facilities.
The Novotel Dubai Al Barsha, is the latest addition to
Dubai's iconic skyline and is fast becoming a recognized beacon in the city. The innovative hanging gardens that can be seen across the hotel's façade, signals the fresh approach the hotel takes to how it does business and is a core element of the property's commitment to sustainable development.
Its location beside the Sharaf DG Metro Station and a minute's walk from the Mall of the Emirates, means Novotel Dubai Al Barsha is ready to cater to both business and leisure customers. Major business hubs of Media City, Internet City, Tecom, Jumeirah Lake Towers, DIFC and the Dubai World Trade Centre are only a short metro ride away. The hotel is also ideal for shopping, beach holidays or to enjoy any of
Dubai's many tourist attractions.
Philippe Montaubin, General Manager commented: "We are delighted to open our doors. The volume, quality and value of our bedroom product has already generated much interest in the market from our corporate and travel trade partners, our meeting facilities are first class and we look forward to tempting guests with our unique Food and Beverage offerings."
The Novotel Dubai Al Barsha is the fifth Novotel property from the Accor Group to open in the
United Arab Emirates. The promotional opening price for a standard room is AED 650 exclusive government fee and service charge. For more information or reservations, please call +971-(04)515-6622.
Guest Rooms: Contemporary design, flexibility and technology