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Jumeirah Emirates Towers wins business traveller award

2010 Best Business Hotel Middle East.

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September 23, 2010 3:42 by



Jumeirah, the Dubai-based luxury hospitality company and member of Dubai Holding, is delighted to announce its award scoop for Jumeirah Emirates Towers, recognised as Business Traveller’s Best Business Hotel in the Middle East for 2010. At the same ceremony Jumeirah Group was also presented with the ‘Best Business Hotel Chain in the Middle East’ award for the sixth consecutive year.

The accolade, announced at the formal Business Traveller awards ceremony held yesterday at London’s Royal Garden Hotel, has been won by Jumeirah Emirates Towers for the eighth consecutive year, underscoring its outstanding service and dedication to the business and corporate travel sectors

The award coincides with Jumeirah Emirates Towers’ landmark 10 year anniversary and a series of new developments on the property.

Jumeirah’s global spa brand, Talise, has just announced its opening at Jumeirah Emirates Towers, to join the brand’s flagship Talise wellness centre at Madinat Jumeirah. Following a brief refurbishment, Talise at Jumeirah Emirates Towers represents an urban expression of Talise, and will welcome both male and female guests, replacing the hotel’s former spa facility, H2O, which previously operated exclusively for male guests. A number of Talise signature treatments will be added to the existing H2O treatment menu, which includes unique services such as a floatation pool and a dedicated oxygen bar, creating a comprehensive menu of over 35 treatments.

Jumeirah Emirates Towers’ famous Al Nafoorah restaurant will re-open in November 2010, following an extensive refurbishment. The celebrated Lebanese restaurant will offer perennial favourites including hot and cold mezzeh, with an outdoor terrace perfect for al fresco dining. In addition, the hotel has just announced a new Friday brunch menu at Vu’s, along with new pool deck parties, and special anniversary offers in the restaurants.

The hotel is also offering an exclusive Business First Package, ideal for the discerning business traveller, including complimentary buffet breakfast, in-room internet, use of Business Centre facilities, a suit/shirt pressing and complimentary upgrade, subject to availability from AED 1475 per night.



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