Millennium Place Marina participates in World Travel Market

The event provided an opportunity to introduce Millennium Place brand and its guest experience

Millennium Place Marina’s general manager, Manuel Garcia
Millennium Place Marina’s general manager, Manuel Garcia

Millennium Place Marina participated in the World Travel Market (WTM) event in London as part of the hotels efforts to highlight the key features of “Millennium Place” brand and the experience it provides to travellers.

This was part of the hotel's endeavour to build partnerships with leading European tour operators, travel management companies and Meetings, Incentives, Conferences and Exhibitions (MICE) agencies.

Millennium Place Marina’s general manager, Manuel Garcia said: “World Travel Market represented a great opportunity for us to introduce Millennium Place Marina as a modern hotel concept designed to offer a compelling experience to all guests. It helped us in building fruitful collaborations with key industry players to attract more business and leisure travellers to our unique property.”

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