The interest for the region from the Chinese market is growing and the team will capitalize on that
Millennium Plaza Dubai, a luxury accommodation along Sheikh Zayed Road, has confirmed its participation at Arabian Travel Market (ATM) this year and will focus on capturing a bigger share of the flourishing markets that are growing in visitor arrivals to the UAE.
This includes the Chinese tourists who are expected to soar in numbers in the next three years. According to data released by Colliers International ahead of Arabian Travel Market, Chinese arrivals to the GCC will increase 21% to 2021, rising to 2.5 million visitors annually. The data predicts that Saudi Arabia will experience the highest proportionate increase in arrivals from China, followed by the UAE, Oman, Bahrain and Kuwait.
Nemo Acimovic, General Manager of Millennium Plaza Dubai, comments: “More and more Chinese citizens are travelling abroad and are choosing to visit the Emirates because of the ease in visa requirements, leisure attractions and business opportunities. Dubai is already a dynamic, well planned and well thought of city and we can only improve ourselves and the manner in which we target and adapt 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 to the Chinese travellers who seek luxurious properties in prime location that offers world class hospitality.”
The 5-star alcohol free property continues to improve its facilities to cater to the changing demands of travellers and provide guests with a new level of experience. Earlier this year, the hotel unveiled the new look of its lobby, offering convenience and comfort, where residents and visitors can relax, socialize or do work-related tasks while checking-into or checking out from the hotel.