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Dusit Princess City Centre Opens In Dubai

Dusit International opened their first Dusit Princess hotel outside of Thailand in Dubai near Deira City Center, just five minutes away from Dubai International Airport.   The opening coincides with more positive news about prospects for the tourism and hospitality industry in the Middle East.  The UAE achieved top ranking in the Travel and Tourism Competitiveness Report 2009 and the country’s long-term growth is projected to be 2.8 percent within the next ten years.
 
The four star Dusit Princess City Center Dubai has 120 rooms and suites, exclusive meeting rooms, a gymnasium, swimming pool with Jacuzzi, a juice bar, an all day dining restaurant, and a specialty café.  The hotel is designed to be an attractive choice for both leisure guests and budget conscious travelers.  Chanin Donavanik, Chief Executive Officer, Dusit International, said “The opening of Dusit Princess City Center, Dubai is an exciting opportunity for us to bring Dusit’s legendary brand and unique Thai hospitality right in the heart of Dubai.”
 

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