Gloria Hotel Dubai rebranded to Two Seasons Hotel

The move was mutually agreed between Al Ghaith Holdings and Gloria Hotel Management

Two Seasons Hotel.
Two Seasons Hotel.

Al Ghaith Holdings has decided to rebrand its hospitality product Gloria Hotel to Two Seasons Hotel & Apartments under the management of Two Seasons Hotel Management LLC.

The company described the move as a mutual decision reached amicably between Al Ghaith Holdings and Gloria Hotel Management.

The rebrand will go into effect January 2019. The alcohol-free property features 1010 rooms and suites.

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Commenting on the brand change, Two Seasons Hotel Management LLC managing director Freddy Farid said, “The creation of our home grown brand, and the upgrading of our current property will certainly enhance our guest interaction, by offering personalised service and quality standard to our customers.”

Two Seasons Management Company is planning to launch new hotels in Dubai and Morocco in the coming two years which will include Hotel Deluxe Apartments, Beach Resort and Lifestyle Boutique Hotel.

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