Rixos The Palm Dubai is strongly promoting its ultra-all-inclusive concept during this year’s edition of the Arabian Travel Market (ATM) and is eager to capture a bigger share of the Scandinavian and Kazakh markets.
General manager, Rixos The Palm Dubai, Cenk Unverdi elaborated: “More and more Baltic and Kazakh citizens are travelling abroad and are choosing to visit the UAE because of the ease in visa requirements, increased leisure attractions and business opportunities. We have witnessed a boost in international tourism after observing an occupancy increase of 23 per cent from the Russian market and a 49 per cent increase from the German market”.
Unverdi continued: “Dubai is already a dynamic metropolis, which offers diverse experiences, and we can only improve ourselves and the manner in which we target markets and the best way to achieve this is through networking. Our presence at ATM will help us connect and meet the right partners who will promote our services and facilities especially for travellers who seek luxurious properties in a prime location that offers world class hospitality.”
Ever-working to enhance its facilities in accordance to evolving traveller demands, the high-end property will soon be welcoming a new, Spanish-themed, à la carte steakhouse and bar, which when completed will give the resort an edge over the growing competition along the strip of Palm Jumeirah.
Unverdi said: “At ATM we hope to attract and engage partners from new markets who seek to go beyond the typical beach holiday. Situated on the Palm Jumeirah a prime destination for tourists, we offer bespoke services and facilities for experiential travellers and look forward to sharing more news and exciting developments with members of the travel and tourism industries, our partners and stakeholders.”