M Hotel Downtown by Millennium receives TripAdvisor Certificate of Excellence

The certificate honours hospitality businesses that consistently achieve outstanding reviews

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M Hotel Downtown by Millennium has been awarded a Certificate of Excellence by TripAdvisor.

The award is in recognition of constantly recieving great reviews from guests, according to the travel website.

“We are grateful to the customers for their trust. With the achievement of the Certificate of Excellence based on great customer reviews, we are thrilled to see that thousands of our customers relish our hospitality in Dubai,” Cornelia Erhardt, general manager of M Hotel Downtown by Millennium said.

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Founded in 2010, the Certificate of Excellence award honours hospitality businesses that consistently achieve outstanding reviews on TripAdvisor.

This award is only given to the top 10% of accommodations, attractions, restaurants and vacation rentals listed on TripAdvisor.

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