Millennium Airport Hotel Dubai launches offer targeting business travellers

Guests will be entitled to four hours complimentary use of the boardroom among other services

Millennium Airport Hotel Dubai
Millennium Airport Hotel Dubai

Millennium Airport Hotel Dubai has launched an offer, MAHD Business Pro, for business travellers. 

According to this, guests booking a minimum of two nights’ with the hotel property, “will be entitled to four hours complimentary use of the boardroom with tea and coffee facilities, complimentary high speed Wifi, buffet breakfast, 20% discount at the hotel’s food and beverage outlets and 25% discount on laundry”.



Speaking about their latest offer, Simon Moore, GM of Millennium Airport Hotel Dubai, said: “Corporate travellers are looking for convenience and value for money. The MAHD Business PRO will allow travellers to remain focused on their work as we cater to their requirements.”

This offer is valid until November 30, 2019 only when guests book rooms through the hotel website.

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