Dubai's First Central Hotel Suites adds new meeting facilities

First Central Hotel Suites in Barsha Heights has recently expanded its events facilities

First Central Suites, Barsha heights, Dubai, Dubai hotels

First Central Hotel Suites in Barsha Heights has recently expanded its events facilities adding two new meeting rooms designed to offer greater choice to its guests for small-to-medium-sized events.

Wael El Behi, general manager of First Central Hotel Suites said: “It is the little things that make all the difference, hence our aim is to add more value to meetings. We anticipate our client’s needs and deliver what matters most so that the attendees are relaxed, recharged and ready to work. Our elegantly appointed meeting facilities inspire success. Combining creative and flexible spaces, exceptional catering and outstanding services, the First Central Hotel Suites is an ideal venue for intimate business and social gatherings.”

The hotel has also launched meeting packages that include a range of business amenities like meeting spaces for up to 30 people, Wi-Fi, flip chart, audio-visual equipment, coffee breaks, snacks and meal options. Rates start from AED 70 (US $20) per person and are subject to hotel’s booking terms and conditions.

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