The Oberoi Group Opens Luxury Hotel
Tuesday June 11th, 2013 - 10:49AM A
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DUBAI, United Arab Emirates—The Oberoi Group has officially opened The Oberoi, Dubai today. The Oberoi, Dubai will be the group's first property in the United Arab Emirates. Located at The Oberoi Centre, The Oberoi is a contemporary luxury hotel that embodies height, light and space.
The hotel overlooks the iconic Burj Khalifa and each of the 252 rooms and suites have floor to ceiling windows, which afford spectacular views of the city's skyline. The hotel enjoys a central location and is a few minutes drive from downtown Dubai and the Dubai Mall.
"We are pleased to present The Oberoi, Dubai which offers the highest standards of luxury and hospitality. The opening of the hotel is significant for us. A number of Oberoi Hotels have been consistently recognized as amongst the best in the world. I am confident that The Oberoi, Dubai will continue this tradition," P.R.S. Oberoi, executive chairman of The Oberoi Group, said in a statement.
Karim Bizid, general manager of The Oberoi, Dubai added, "With the opening of The Oberoi, Dubai we offer discerning business and leisure travellers an oasis of tranquility with service which is warm, caring and personalized. We are confident that The Oberoi, Dubai will add tangible value to the hospitality sector in the United Arab Emirates."
In keeping with the group's pioneering tradition, The Oberoi, Dubai brings an ethos of service without compromise to the UAE with key team members who have been trained at The Oberoi Centre of Learning and Development. The Oberoi, Dubai will have seamless in-room check in, 24-hour butler and Les Clefs d'Or concierge services.
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