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Luxury Hotels by Dnata adds Three Hotels to Portfolio

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Luxury Hotels by Dnata has three good reasons to celebrate its first birthday this month, as a trio of top class hotels joins its expanding portfolio.

 The new signings are testimony to the success that the division, which provides targeted sales, marketing and PR solutions to high-end hotels aiming to increase their business from the Middle East, has enjoyed since launching last March.

The Beach House in the Maldives, The Grand Hotel du Lac in Switzerland and Le Royal Hotel in Beirut are the latest five star additions to the company's portfolio.

Business Development Manager Lisa Balsom said she was confident the division would continue to flourish as traditional markets start to shift their focus onto winning Middle Eastern business. "Luxury hotels are increasingly focusing on the Middle East as a key target market for their business, "she said. "Especially as the region is seen as less exposed to the economic crisis than other areas of the world."

"This premise is underlined by the fact that forward bookings for 2009 clearly show demand for luxury travel remains strong across the Middle East.

"Not surprisingly, top class hotels are keen to tap into this key, emerging market and this is where Luxury Hotels by Dnata comes in."

Luxury Hotels by Dnata is part of Dnata and the Emirates Group.

The full Luxury Hotels by Dnata portfolio includes: Abano Grand Hotel, Italy; Indigo Pearl, Thailand; Ceylon Tea Trails, Sri Lanka; Royal Mare Village, Greece; Le Royal, Beirut; The Beach House, Maldives; Grand Hotel du Lac, Switzerland.

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