Canal Central Hotel Business Bay nominated for Arabian Travel Awards

The property has been nominated for the ‘Best Debut Business Hotel’ category

Canal Central Hotel Business Bay shortlisted for Arabian Travel Awards
Canal Central Hotel Business Bay shortlisted for Arabian Travel Awards

Canal Central Hotel Business Bay has been nominated in the ‘Best Debut Business Hotel’ category at the Arabian Travel Awards.

Voting for the nominees is online and winners will be announced on 22 October, 2019 at a ceremony in Dubai.

The property’s GM, Shady Dawad said: “It is a tremendous achievement to be nominated as the ‘Best Debut Business Hotel’ at the coveted Arabian Travel Awards. This demonstrates the dedication and passion put forth by our team in providing a memorable experience and exceptional value to our guests. Our outstanding facilities and service has not only positioned us strongly against our direct competitors in Dubai but also in the wider region. We believe our guests will help us to win this award by voting for us that will continue to inspire us to build on our success while continuing to deliver the highest industry standards.”

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