Millennium Atria Business Bay launches in Dubai

This is the 40th hotel operated by Millennium Hotels and Resorts in the Middle East

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This is the 40th hotel operated by Millennium Hotels and Resorts in the Middle East

 

Millennium Atria Business Bay was launched by Millennium Hotels and Resorts, Middle East and Africa (MEA) and Deyaar Development PJSC on Monday, 4 March.

The project, which is the 40th hotel operated by Millennium Hotels and Resorts in the Middle East, will serve a growing hospitality and tourism sector, especially the Expo 2020 visitor traffic.

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The 30-storey Millennium Atria Business Bay, which is in Business Bay, features 347 studios, one-bedroom, two-bedroom, three-bedroom and duplex apartments. Facilities within the hotel include an all-day dining restaurant, grab and go, podium terrace with cinema projection, infinity, gymnasium and kids’ club,

The units also offer different views which include the iconic Burj Khalifa, Dubai Water Canal or the stables.

Speaking about the launch, Kevork Deldelian, Chief Operating Officer of Millennium Hotels and Resorts Middle East and Africa, said, “This hotel is well positioned to serve visitors to the Expo 2020 – that will attract 25 million visitors in just six months.”

 

 

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