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Millennium & Copthorne to Bring Biltmore Brand to MENA

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Millennium & Copthorne has added Biltmore to its portfolio of hotel brands.

The first management agreement for a Biltmore Hotel in the MENA region has been signed for a property currently in the final design phase. The property in the Al Bateen area of Abu Dhabi is expected to open its doors in 2013.

The original Biltmore Hotel in Hollywood is an original art deco design icon and was the setting of many memorable Hollywood scenes.

The addition of the distinguished Biltmore brand to the Millennium & Copthorne portfolio is a significant move for the rapidly-growing hotel company, which is due to add 12 new properties to its portfolio of 12 operating hotels this year, with 52 signed management agreements in the pipeline. The hotel group expects to triple in the Middle East and North Africa in less than 3 years.

Ali Lakhraim, President and Chief Executive Officer of Millennium & Copthorne Hotels and Resorts, said, ďBringing the first Biltmore hotel outside of Los Angeles to Abu Dhabi is a coup. The timeless elegance and glamour of the Biltmore is certain to resonate with this market. This unique brand, synonymous with exclusivity and quality, will cater to both the business and leisure market in a select few gateway cities around the world, with Abu Dhabi leading the way.Ē

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