Jumeirah Al Naseem invited to join Virtuoso travel agency network

Membership is by invitation only; however Jumeirah Al Naseem is the fifth hotel in Jumeirah's portfolio to receive the invite

Travel, Operators, Tourism

Jumeirah Al Naseem, which opened in 2016 and offers 430 rooms and suites, has been invited to join the Virtuoso network - a collection of luxury travel agencies representing the world’s most exceptional hotels.

Membership is by invitation only; however Jumeirah Al Naseem is the fifth hotel in Jumeirah’s portfolio to receive the invite. The property joins Burj Al Arab Jumeirah and Jumeirah Al Qasr in Dubai, Jumeirah Port Soller Hotel and Spa in Mallorca and Jumeirah Frankfurt which are already members.

Jumeirah Group regional director of sales and marketing, Americas Ruztique Toscano said in a statement: "This is an amazing opportunity for Jumeirah Al Naseem. This provides us with direct access to the most sophisticated travel organisations within the Americas, Australia and Europe and helps to further secure Jumeirah’s place in the world of luxury hotels."

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Virtuoso has a portfolio of nearly 1,700 preferred partners - top hotels, cruise lines and tour operators. Jose Silva, Jumeirah's new chief executive officer, was awarded the title of 'Hotelier of the Year' in 2016 by Virtuoso.

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