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Emirates Palace set to make an appearance at ATM

April 26 - The Emirates Palace hotel, Abu Dubai, will be showcasing its high-end products and services at the 17th Arabian Travel Market (ATM) scheduled to be held from May 4-7 at the Dubai International Convention and Exhibition Centre. The event will see the participation of industry professionals and travel agents, and will serve as a useful platform for travel-business networking.
According to a statement released on Sunday, the Palace will put on display special offers to clients and visitors at ATM and has a stand at the Abu Dhabi Tourism Authority (ADTA) pavilion. Emirates Palace will have an ideal stand at the pavilion of the Abu Dhabi Tourism Authority (ADTA) along with 77 other industry stakeholders.
Speaking about the Emirates Palace’s participation at ATM, Janet Abrahams, Executive Director of Sales and Marketing at the hotel, said: "At ATM, our team will promote upcoming summer holidays specifically designed to attract more holidaymakers from the GCC, European and Asian countries to Abu Dhabi. We will be networking with our key travel and tourism partners to conclude contracts for enhancing our new vibrant markets in China, Japan, Latin America and Norway to attract elite groups of new tourists to Abu Dhabi.”

 

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