Mr. Aboudi Asali, Chief Executive Officer of HMH, said, “HMH’s new property further underlines the group’s commitment to grow in the UAE, which is a very strategic market for us, as well as the wider GCC and MENA regions. We are thrilled to present the Group’s first environmentally responsible chain of hotels through the ECOS Hotel, designed for the new world.
The sustainable design philosophy of ECOS Hotels will enhance our already impressive portfolio”. ECOS Hotels is a trendy and futuristic brand that brings together sound ecological practices signifying efficiency, creativity and simplicity, combined with a unique design and technology, allowing ECOS to offer a new perspective in the hotel sector.
Visit HMH stand HC0530 during Arabian Travel Market 2018 from April 22-25, in Sheikh Saeed Arena at Dubai International Convention and Exhibition Centre. Founded in 2003 in Dubai, HMH - Hospitality Management Holding is a fully integrated hotel management company that prides itself for being one of the pioneers among local groups that are specialized in the dry segment. Being the largest operator in the sector within the region, HMH provides hotel owners and developers a broad spectrum of world-class management solutions with five distinct, yet complementary, hotel brands catering to varied market segments from luxury to budget.
These include Bahi Hotels & Resorts, Coral Hotels & Resorts, Corp Hotels, EWA Hotel Apartments and ECOS Hotels. HMH’s strategic expansion in the Middle East and North Africa has been successful in unlocking a world of opportunities while creating value for its stakeholders, associates, staff members and customers. The existing portfolio is located in some of the most desirable destinations across the MENA region, with a pipeline of hotels under development to grow HMH’s regional footprint even further.
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