ADTA Puts Up First Hotel Classification Signs Ahead Of F1 Grand Prix
The Abu Dhabi Tourism Authority (ADTA) put up the first new hotel classification sign outside the main entrance of Emirates Palace. The new hotel classification system is being implemented following two years collaboration between the ADTA and the emirates hospitality sector. ADTA will unveil a total of 110 signs classifying 63 hotels and 47 hotel apartments, ahead of the much anticipated Formula 1 Grand Prix event.
ADTA chairman unveiled the new signage to the World Tourism Organization representative for the Middle East and other senior ADTA officials. Shaikh Sultan bin Tahnoon Al Nahyan said “It’s all about standing out in a manner consistent with Abu Dhabi’s highly respected style. All of Abu Dhabi’s hotels and hotel apartment have been classified on a scale of one to five stars.
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