KSA key market for One&Only, hotel group says

The roadshow will start in Saudi Arabia and finish in Dubai, after approximately 80 agent meetings over five days.

The Kingdom of Saudi Arabia in particular is a key market for One&Only, predominantly for the Dubai resorts; One&Only Royal Mirage and One&Only The Palm.
The Kingdom of Saudi Arabia in particular is a key market for One&Only, predominantly for the Dubai resorts; One&Only Royal Mirage and One&Only The Palm.

Luxury hotel brand One&Only begins a Middle East Roadshow next week, starting in Saudi Arabia on February 7.

The roadshow, hosted by some of the hotel brand's senior executives, will facilitate meetings between key agents, operators and trade partners in Jeddah, Riyadh, Kuwait, Abu Dhabi and Dubai.

The roadshow will finish in Dubai on February 11, after approximately 80 agent meetings over five days.

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“We are thrilled to connect personally with our Middle East partners at our roadshow this February,” commented Brett Armitage, senior vice president international sales and marketing, Kerzner International.

“It’s a very exciting time for One&Only and we look forward to meeting with a wide selection of agents to share our news and updates, and specific initiatives tailored for this market,” he added.

The Kingdom of Saudi Arabia in particular is a key market for One&Only, predominantly for the Dubai resorts; One&Only Royal Mirage and One&Only The Palm, the brand said in a statement.

Representatives from One&Only will be showcasing specific plans and offerings tailored for this market, as well as new highlights for 2016.

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