ETA Star to showcase two new hospitality concepts at Arabian Travel Market 2006

Published May 2nd, 2006 - 06:57 GMT

ETA Star Properties, a leading property developer in the UAE, has announced its strong participation in the Arabian Travel Market (ATM), the Middle East’s premier travel and tourism exhibition, to be held in Dubai from May 2-5, 2006, at the Dubai World Trade Centre. During the event, ETA Star Properties will promote the services of its hotel management company, ETA Star Hospitality, by showcasing two of its high profile hospitality projects -  Star Grand and Star Metro, while also displaying its recently launched AED 1.2 billion Taj Exotica Resort & Spa and The Grandeur Residences, located at the Palm Jumeirah Crescent.

 

Peter Janssen, Group General Manager, ETA Star Hospitality, said, “The Arabian Travel Market has grown in size and scope over the years, attracting leading exhibitors from around the world, which is a reflection of the unparalleled growth of the travel and tourism industry in the Arabian Gulf. ETA Star is looking forward to leverage the show’s platform to promote its repertoire of projects and also highlight our expertise in the hospitality sector, by showcasing two of our major hospitality projects in Dubai.”

 

Operating in the commercial name, Star Hospitality Hotels & Resorts, it is involved in the management of hotels, resorts and hotel apartments of individual hotel owners, management of company properties, leasing of properties of individual owners and also owns hotels, resorts and hotel apartment properties. Over the years, the company has been involved in several prestigious projects including hotels, residence buildings, sports clubs, telecommunication centers, power stations and factories.

 

ETA Star Hospitality provides its clients a comprehensive range of services that encompass general management, finance & administration, management information systems, food & beverage, human resources and development, sales & marketing and procurement.

 

ETA Star Hospitality’s major Dubai projects include, Star Metro Salahuddin, comprising of 100 studios and 76 one-bedroom apartments, Star Grand Clock Tower, with 38 studios, 40 one-bedroom and 12 two-bedroom apartments, Star Metro Al Barsha, Star Grand Liberty House and Star Metro Al Fahidi. The projects, currently under construction will include restaurants, swimming pools, fully-equipped gyms, high speed internet connections, kitchen facilities and ample parking.

 

The Taj Exotica Resort & Spa Palm Jumeirah, Dubai and The Grandeur Residences were launched in partnership with the world-renowned Taj Group of Hotels. The Taj Exotica Resort & Spa is a plush five-star hotel complete with a host of world-class facilities, whereas The Grandeur Residences is a luxury residential complex designed to provide residents a lifestyle reminiscent of royalty. The project is modeled on the archetypal palaces of Rajasthan.

 

The Grandeur Residences comprises of 200 freehold fully furnished one bedroom, two bedroom and three bedroom apartments, including ten beach front villas. The entire facility will be serviced by Taj Exotica Resort & Spa, Palm Jumeirah, Dubai. The prices at the project range from AED 1.9 million for a one bedroom apartment to AED 13 million for a 4-bedroom palatial villa.

 

The highlight of the 232-room Taj Exotica Resort & Spa, Palm Jumeirah, Dubai is the internationally renowned ‘Jiva Spa’ which will be the largest Spa in the Middle East. The spa comprises single and double treatment suites, beauty treatment rooms, meditation and yoga pavilions, relaxation pools and fully equipped gyms. Other facilities at the project include swimming pools, tennis courts and private beach.

Arabian Travel Market will be held under the patronage of Sheikh Mohammed Bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Vice President and Prime Minister of the UAE and Ruler of Dubai, under the auspices of the Department of Tourism and Commerce Marketing, Government of Dubai. The four-day event is dedicated to the international travel and tourism industry and is universally recognised as the leading travel industry event for the Middle East and pan-Arab world.


“We have learnt that ATM 2006 has attracted exhibitors from over 50 countries, which will also result in a significant increase in the number of visitors to the show, giving us ample opportunities to promote our projects and form new business alliances. Further, we will have an experienced team at the ETA Star stand to provide all the required information on our portfolio of projects to visitors,” concluded Janssen.
 


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