AccorHotels to open its third hotel at Dubai World Trade Centre

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by Sophia Soltani | Published 5 years ago

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AccorHotels gears up to add to its existing portfolio of properties withCapture the economy hotel, ibis One Central to its strategic cluster of hotels located in the heart of Dubai’s financial and commercial districts.

Set to open its doors in mid-January 2016 and comprising of 558 rooms, ibis One Central will be situated within Dubai World Trade Centre alongside sister hotels: the midscale Novotel World Trade Centre and economy ibis World Trade Centre. The new hotel brings the number of AccorHotels rooms in the district to 1,210.

Ibis One Central is designed with the modern, fast-paced guest in mind, with 24-hour check-in and complimentary WiFi access throughout the property. It is within walking distance of Dubai’s World Trade Centre metro station and is also in close proximity to the Burj Khalifa, Dubai Mall, Dubai International Financial Centre and Jumeirah Beach, making it an ideal choice for the city’s business and leisure travellers.

“With Dubai World Trade Centre hosting a year-round calendar of world-class events, exhibitions and conferences, our strategic location within the bustling district means we can welcome business travellers and event attendees,” said Frederic Gitzner, cluster general manager, Novotel & ibis World Trade Centre and ibis One Central.

“The MICE (meetings, incentives, conferences and exhibitions) sector is only set to grow further in the run-up to Dubai Expo 2020 and our inventory of 588 guest rooms enables us to meet the needs of corporates and exhibitors. What’s more, the hotel is close to many of Dubai’s tourism hotspots making ibis One Central a perfect choice for budget-conscious leisure travellers,” he added.

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