Millennium Airport Hotel Dubai opens 21 new suites

Suites part of hotel's recent refurbishment and extension programe

The Millennium Airport Hotel Dubai suites are part of the hotel?s recent refurbishment.
The Millennium Airport Hotel Dubai suites are part of the hotel?s recent refurbishment.

The Millennium Airport Hotel Dubai has opened 21 new and refurbished suites as part of the hotel’s ongoing expansion programme.

The suites, which all have views of Dubai’s city skyline, measure 83 meter square and offer an executive working desk, a 40-inch flat screen television, free WiFi internet access, coffee and tea-making facilities and a spacious bathroom with separate bath and walk-in shower.

The new suites come as part of the hotel’s recent refurbishment and extension programme which has seen the hotel recently renovate 54 club rooms and add an additional 150 new rooms to the previously existing 116, more than doubling the room inventory. ]

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The hotel has also now completed an extended outside ‘Terrace’ which connects three of the hotel’d restaurants, Cactus Jack’s, Biggles British Pub and Gozo Garden.

The hotel is still undergoing further expansion and by the second quarter next year, it plans to have finished a number of new food and beverage outlets, overlooking the swimming pool and extended Terrace, in addition to a new conference centre which will include a ballroom, capable of hosting up to 400 guests for a banquet as well as 5 smaller meeting rooms.

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