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Abu Dhabi


Park Hyatt targets 10pc growth
February 2014 2011

PARK Hyatt Abu Dhabi Hotel has recorded a 70 per cent occupancy rate in 2013 and expects growth of at least 10 per cent this year.

Most of the hotel guests last year came from Europe, mainly the UK and Germany, says the hotel’s communication and public relations manager Hande Unveren.

“This is because of our high-level services and various offers as well as the hotel’s location on Saadiyat Island, which has become a major tourism destination.”

She says the hotel expects an increase in the number of guests and visitors in the next few weeks due to the mild winter and spring weather in the UAE.

Park Hyatt on Saadiyat has already signed partnership deals with nearly 100 global tourism companies to bring tourist groups to the hotel.

“This hotel caters for the needs of all types of visitors and guests, including individuals, tourists, businessmen and other travellers given its unique location on the beach and near the golf club, the airport and the town centre,” Unveren says.

Park Hyatt Abu Dhabi Hotel is an exclusive sanctuary for the discerning business and leisure traveller, located on a nine-kilometre stretch of environmentally protected beach on Saadiyat Island off Abu Dhabi city.

Built on an area of 93,000 sq km, Park Hyatt Abu Dhabi features 306 spacious hotel rooms, suites and private villas. The resort is adjacent to the famous Saadiyat Beach Golf Club, minutes from the city’s prime business district, the Abu Dhabi Corniche, and 25 minutes from Abu Dhabi International Airport.

Park Hyatt Abu Dhabi Hotel and Villas presents a wide selection of authentic cuisines from different parts of the world complemented by unrestricted views of the Saadiyat Beach and the landscaped hotel gardens. The Atarmia Spa offers an extensive range of services and unique beauty and health treatments based on Arabian culture.




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