Millennium Airport Hotel Dubai has won the prestigious award for Middle East’s Leading Airport Hotel at the World Travel Awards 2017! This exciting event was held at the Armani Hotel, Dubai. The World Travel Awards is a coveted honour seeking to acknowledge and reward the top players in the travel and tourism industry. This year it celebrated its 24th anniversary. This is the 6th time Millennium Airport Hotel Dubai has achieved this momentous award, first in 2008 and then consecutively from 2013-2017, showcasing its tremendous dedication in maintaining the highest standards of guest satisfaction and loyalty.
The red-carpet event hosted more than 400 senior executives and industry leaders representing major travel companies, hotels and other successful operators. Mr Simon Moore, General Manager of Millennium Airport Hotel Dubai, said, “Since the opening, our hotel has aimed at providing guests with an unparalleled experience of luxury combined with exceptional comfort. Today, we have reached new level of success by being awarded the title of the Middle East’s Leading Airport Hotel. Such an achievement would not be possible without the dedication and commitment of our team.
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