Coral International unveils new resorts

Coral International Hotels, Resorts & Spas is introducing several new properties to the market at ATM. The regional chain has a strong presence at the Arabian Travel Market (ATM) 2005 with two booths — one at the Dubai stand by Dubai Department of Tourism and Commerce Marketing (DTCM) and the other at the Sharjah stand by Sharjah Commerce & Tourism Development Authority (SCTDA).

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By  Sarah Campbell Published  May 4, 2005

Coral International Hotels, Resorts & Spas is introducing several new properties to the market at ATM. The regional chain has a strong presence at the Arabian Travel Market (ATM) 2005 with two booths — one at the Dubai stand by Dubai Department of Tourism and Commerce Marketing (DTCM) and the other at the Sharjah stand by Sharjah Commerce & Tourism Development Authority (SCTDA). “We are very excited about ATM this year since our business has grown phenomenally over the past months. We have just launched Coral Oriental, Dubai, and are preparing for the opening of Coral Boutique Hotel Apartments later this month. By the end of the year we are looking at launching Coral Al Nahda Resort & Spa in Al Barka, Oman,” says Fadi Mazkour, director of business development, Coral International Hotels, Resorts & Spas. Coral Oriental, Dubai was launched on April 27. The 96-room property is located on Naif Road in Deira, and is within walking distance of the city’s financial district. “In the midst of a buzzing urban location, Coral Oriental, Dubai, boasts attentive, friendly service and 96 beautifully appointed suites and guestrooms that offer total comfort and deluxe amenities. It is a modest, friendly, efficiently run establishment — perfect for families, tourists and businessmen on a budget,” remarks Mazkour. Meanwhile, the Coral Boutique Hotel Apartments is scheduled to open in mid May, following ATM. Designed as a five-star boutique residence the six-storey building has 13 furnished deluxe apartments on every floor. Coral International is also set to make its debut in Oman later this year, with the opening of the Coral Al Nahda Resort & Spa in Al Barka. Currently under construction, the resort will offer a wellness centre and spa. Coral properties in Dubai, including the Coral Deira, have enjoyed record occupancies in 2005, and Mazkour is confident this will continue. “Dubai is creating massive international interest as a tourist destination and is becoming increasingly recognised for hosting business meetings and seminars with its world-class venues and facilities. Our occupancy rates have been incredibly good. In fact, all our hotels are expected to record occupancy of over 90%,” he says. “Events like the ATM offer a great platform to introduce our properties to the rest of the world, which helps tremendously in the growth of our business. We are expecting some excellent deals this ATM.”

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