Whatever, Wherever for Dinner
|Dubai, February 2004:
Le Meridien Mina Seyahi Beach Resort & Marina, the upscale lifestyle
resort in Dubai, has extended its facilities to assist the business traveller
with the addition of Chef on Demand
The “couture cuisine” service is available for
all Club guests, who can choose their menus, as well as their place of
He pointed out that frequent travellers often prefer to keep their routine as close to normal as possible when abroad, to ensure minimal disturbance to their working life.
“That’s one of the principal benefits of this concept, which we feel is like couture cuisine: we can really work around what the customer wants, which is becoming vital in an increasingly demanding marketplace.”
This move is the latest in a series of market-leading ventures at the upscale resort, which saw its revenue outperform every year in its history for 2003.
The property, which underwent significant landscape extensions in 2003, registered a 10.6 per cent year-on-year growth in revenue, and a 16 per cent increase in average room rate for the year.
The programme of substantial renovations is now almost complete, with the principal phase, the increase of conference and banqueting and facilities, and the extension of the beach and marina to reach 1,200 metres, already paying dividends.
London-based Le Méridien is a global hotel group with a portfolio of 130 luxury and upscale hotels (34,000 rooms) in 56 countries worldwide. The majority of its properties are located in the world’s top cities and resorts throughout Europe, the Americas, Asia Pacific, Africa and the Middle East. The company also enjoys a strategic alliance with JAL-owned Nikko Hotels, providing loyal guests access to an additional 44 properties around the world.
Le Meridien Mina Seyahi Beach Resort & Marina
Tel: +971 4 3993333
|Also See:||Has the Business Traveler Been Irrevocably Changed? / October 2003|
|What Matters to Business Travelers While on the Road? / By Dr. Cihan Cobanoglu / Aug 2002|