The Ajman Palace Hotel Launches Special MICE Package

The Ajman Palace Hotel, boasting extensive meeting and conference venues including the largest ballroom in the Northern Emirates, has launched a special MICE Package offering superb benefits for groups that book their stay at the hotel till 30th September 2015.

Rolling out the offer, Ferghal Purcell, General Manager of the hotel, said, “Ajman is transforming from a quiet emirate into a vibrant and progressive tourism and business destination. The Ajman Palace Hotel is one of the most prestigious addresses in Ajman conveniently located in close proximity to the city’s prime business and leisure attractions. We are equipped with top-notch 5-star facilities offering the perfect setting for corporate and social events in Ajman. Our MICE Package is very attractively priced and provides groups with an array of value-added benefits”.

The MICE package includes meeting room, coffee break and lunch. Prices start from AED 120 for groups of 100 and above and go up to AED 180 for 15 people. Based on size, all groups are entitled to a suitable event room with the client’s choice of set-up, still mineral water, conference stationery and confectionery, standard technical equipment including flip chart, projector and screen as well as complimentary shared Wi-Fi. Additional coffee break can be arranged for AED 40 per person, while additional dinner costs AED 80 per person. The rates are inclusive of 10% tourism fee and 10% service charge. Food and beverage prices are based on contracted number of guests. If participant number drops, prices may be revised. Offer is subject to availability. Standard terms and conditions apply.

About The Ajman Palace Hotel
The Ajman Palace Hotel, managed by HMH – Hospitality Management Holdings, is a picturesque sanctuary conveniently located 22 km from Dubai International Airport and 11 km from Sharjah International Airport.  Set on a private beach, this alluring hideaway is a heritage resort with a modern spirit. Bringing an unprecedented level of luxury, with captivating views of the Arabian Gulf, the resort is a destination unto itself. Balancing world-class facilities with the legendary Arabian hospitality, it offers 254 rooms, suites and serviced residences, a remarkable range of restaurants and lounges, fabulous meeting and event venues including the largest ballroom in the Northern Emirates ideal for weddings and conventions, as well as an array of leisure and recreation options at Lifestyle Club featuring a Spa and state-of-the-art fitness facility. A magical experience awaits you here.

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