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Iberotel Miramar Al Aqah Beach Resort to promote key attractions at ATM 2012

Miramar Al Aqah Beach Resort, an upmarket Moroccan-style property in the heart of Fujairah, announces its participation at this year’s Arabian Travel Market (ATM), the region’s annual travel and tourism event, to highlight the destination as the best place to enjoy a relaxing and enjoyable vacation.

The property which enjoyed over 90 percent occupancy during the first quarter of the year will promote its excellent facilities, luxurious accommodation and breathtaking views such as the Al Aqah beach offering white, sandy beaches as well as the dramatic Al Hajar mountains. It will also unveil its summer packages that are sure to attract more visitors to the property.Ashraf Helmy, General Manager & Area Business Development Manager, said: “Iberotel Miramar Al Aqah is and will be always the right choice for destination due to several reason such as the variety of facilities we offer, very high quality of food and beverage services and a full animation program which you can’t find in any other resort in UAE. We are a resort like no other and this is what we want to promote. At ATM 2012, we look forward to networking and building new relationships with key stakeholders from the travel and tourism market.”

Aside from its excellent service and facilities that ensure guests satisfaction, the team will also highlight the new environmental programs that they have recently established aimed at preserving the environment as well as attract guests to return to the property. Called “Tree Planting for Regular Guest” and “Kids Gardening Program”, the programs have been well-received by the guests and hotel staff

ATM 2012 will be an exclusive business and networking platform for the property as well as a golden opportunity to get together with professionals from the travel and tourism industries, media and public.

Iberotel Miramar Al Aqah will be located within the emirate of Fujairah stand. “We look forward to a successful show and successful business opportunities with both local and regional markets,” concluded Helmy

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