Millennium Central launches first property

Millennium Central Downtown is designed to meet the needs of business travellers

Millennium Central launches first property
Millennium Central launches first property

M Hotel Downtown by Millennium will be the first to operate under the brand to Millennium Hotels & Resorts portfolio, Millennium Central.

Situated in Downtown Dubai, Millennium Central Downtown aims to be a central location for business meetings and social gatherings and will cater to the needs of frequent business travellers looking for a short stay in the vicinity of commercial, business and trade hubs.

Naissk Hotels and Resorts’ founder, Neeska Naik said: “Millennium Central is the answer to every urban travellers’ demand who travels for business, and yet are looking for an informal hotel ambience and personalised services. We will offer what the contemporary travellers want, who are constantly scouting for stay experiences blended with business and pleasure.”

Millennium Hotels and Resorts Middle East and Africa’s chief operating officer, Kevork Deldelian said: “Millennium Central Downtown will be the first hotel under the Millennium Central brand and we aim to expand our portfolio as an exquisite and tailor-made entity in the hospitality business. Although we are a part of an international brand, we retain an independent spirit, where we focus on designing experiences by a regional touch that will appeal to our business-savvy travellers. The centralised location offers our global visitors' even more reason to rejoice since it is conveniently connected to key tourist destinations and business hubs.”

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