Miss Universe Catriona Gray will be staying at this hotel in Dubai

The hotel group’s CEO is number eight on Hotelier Middle East's Power 50 2019 list

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During her first visit to Dubai, Miss Universe Catriona Gray will be staying at the Grand Millennium Dubai.

Gray will be in Dubai for three days, from 19 to 21 September 2019 to attend an award show. The event will also introduce an online platform and funds raised from there will go to ‘Smile Train’, a charitable organisation that provides corrective surgery for children with cleft lips and palates.

“Catriona Gray has set an example for women across the globe; especially within every Filipino community. Her presence in the UAE will make a huge impact on the community. We are very pleased for having being chosen for this opportunity,” Oussama Chalak, general manager of Grand Millennium Dubai said.

Kevork Deldelian, the CEO of Millennium Hotels And Resorts Middle East & Africa is number eight on Hotelier Middle East’s Power 50 2019 list.

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