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Concorde Fujairah to participate at ATM

Concorde Fujairah, an elegant five-star hotel situated in the picturesque city of Fujairah, will highlight the property’s key facilities and services at this year’s Arabian Travel Market (ATM), the Middle East’s premier travel and tourism event, running from 30th April to 3rd May at the Dubai International Convention and Exhibition Center.

A team of special delegates of the hotel will meet with existing and potential clients to promote Concorde Fujairah Hotel as an ideal location for business, meetings, conferences, celebrations and family relaxation. Boasting of facilities that cater to the needs of any traveller, Concorde is an alternative destination for those who want to escape the hustle and bustle of city life. The team will also inform business partners about their upcoming summer packages.

Mohamed Fekry, General Manager, said: “We are pleased to announce our participation at this year’s Arabian Travel Market and take the opportunity to showcase our facilities and our great location. Fujairah has all kinds of attractions for tourists and residents alike. Our mountains, hot springs, forts, natural resources, and pristine beaches are enough reasons for them to visit. Concorde Fujairah has also signed up an exclusive contract with Mountain Safari Camp where Concorde’s guest can visit and enjoy this wildlife habitat!”

Concorde Fujairah will be exhibiting at the emirate of Fujairah pavilion. The team will also meet with new partners to get more information about the latest travel trends, new technologies and to secure more global networking channels for the property’s business.

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