Grant Hyatt Kochi hosts networking event in Riyadh

Photo shows Grant Hyatt Kochi officials — Mausam Battacharjee, director of sales and marketing; Girish Bhagat, general manager; Zafar Hussain Karmali, director of sales; Nishant P. Nair, associate director of sales; Nitin Singh, associate director of sales; and Shehim Mohammed, regional director, LuLu Saudi Hypermarkets.
Updated 12 October 2017
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Grant Hyatt Kochi hosts networking event in Riyadh

Grand Hyatt Kochi Bolgatty recently hosted a networking event for tour operators and travel agents in Riyadh. The event was held at Hyatt Regency Riyadh Olaya and attended by Saudi Arabia’s top tour operators, travel bloggers and members of the media.
Girish Bhagat, general manager of Grant Hyatt Kochi Bolgatty, introduced a soon-to-open luxury waterfront resort, describing it as a “game changer” in South Indian tourism, especially in Kerala.
He said the resort has a large convention facility, which is expected to host a number of big events and conventions and draw tourists to South India.
“This is the most anticipated luxury hotel in South India and the convention center will boost the presence of Kerala on the world tourism map. We are proud to open our doors and set a new milestone for Kerala as a leisure and corporate meeting destination,” Bhagat added.
India and Saudi Arabia enjoy strong relations. Kerala is a popular tourist destination among Saudis.
The hotel and convention center is owned by UAE-based LuLu Group International.


A summer to remember with Jumeirah

Updated 17 July 2018
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A summer to remember with Jumeirah

Jumeirah Hotels has created a list of 90 different ways one can have fun over the summer months with friends and family at its hotels. From the beach, to the city, to the creek — or even a drive or plane journey away, there is something for everybody.
With six different categories to dip into, guests can enjoy a whole host of day or nighttime activities, as well as staycations or long-term stays within the family, dining, shopping, exploring, recharge and indulge categories — all available for guests to scroll through on www.jumeirah.com/90ways

Staycations at Jumeirah city hotels
l Jumeirah Emirates Towers and Jumeirah Creekside Hotel are offering a UAE Residents’ rate from 315 dirham ($85). The perfect destinations to explore the Museum of the Future site, Downtown Dubai, Burj Khalifa, Bur Dubai and Deira.
l Zabeel House Al-Seef and Zabeel House MINI hotels are perfect for those looking for heritage and culture. Venture into the new area surrounding the Creek and the friendly team will lend you a bike to explore the eclectic neighborhood.

Food
l Foodies can tackle the huge variety of different meat cuts with a masterclass hosted by the Master Butcher at The Rib Room, Jumeirah Emirates Towers complete with a three course lunch for just 325 dirham per person.
l Experience dining re-imagined with a five-course menu to be enjoyed from the heights of Jumeirah Emirates Towers’ famed glass elevators with panoramic views.
l Learn to cook the perfect Spanish paella at Al-Hambra, Jumeirah Al-Qasr for 180 dirham per person.
l Kids eat for free at any of the Madinat Jumeirah all day-dining outlets of Hanaaya, Arboretum or The Palmery.

Day and nighttime fun

l Surprise a loved one by creating a personalized fragrance for 40 dirham at Souk Madinat Jumeirah, or host a party at Sinbad Kids Club at Jumeirah Zabeel Saray for 100 dirham per child.
l While the little ones enjoy that, the adults can enjoy beach and pool access, and the choice of either lunch or dinner at Lalezar followed by the legendary Turkish Hammam in Jumeirah Zabeel Saray.
l Burj Al-Arab Jumeirah invites guests to breeze through a hot summer day from a cooled pool cabana at The Terrace, sipping on unlimited signature mocktails, followed by a refreshing cold seafood platter from Scape Restaurant and Lounge. Or enjoy a romantic Moonlight Swim complete with your own pool adorned with rose petals and massage from 7,321 dirham per couple.