Enjoy the Perfect ‘Eid Al Adha’ Break with HMH – Hospitality Management Holdings

Celebrate this Eid Al Adha with HMH – Hospitality Management Holdings that has got a superb choice of hotels in the most amazing destinations in the Middle East and North Africa.

Laurent A. Voivenel, CEO of HMH – Hospitality Management Holdings, said, “All our hotels are ‘Halal-friendly’ and offering special Eid deals that are available on our brand website – the perfect platform for visitors to browse through our offers and collection of properties. We are present in fourteen cities across MENA, each unique and magical in its own way. Whether you are looking for a fun-filled getaway or a place for quiet relaxation, we have got what it takes to meet your expectations in a safe, family-friendly environment. In addition to superb surroundings, there is plenty to whet your appetite from lavish buffets to live cooking stations and irresistible a la carte menus. Eid is in fact the best time to enjoy the Arabic culture and cuisine no matter where you are in the region”.

Being a pioneer in creating the first and ‘still the only’ alcohol-free chain of hotels in the Middle East, HMH is the region’s largest group to operate in the dry segment. Its brands include The Ajman Palace Hotel (luxury 5-star), Coral Hotels & Resorts(4-5 star), Corp Hotels(3-4 star), EWA Hotel Apartments (3-4 star), and ECOS Hotels(budget brand under development).

To book your stay at any hotel under HMH or for more information visit http://www.hmhhotelgroup.com or https://www.hmhhotelgroup.com/subscribenow

About HMH
Founded in 2003 in Dubai, HMH – Hospitality Management Holdings is a fully-integrated hotel management company that prides itself on being the first hotel chain in the Middle East to offer halal-friendly, alcohol-free safe environment. It provides hotel owners and developers a broad spectrum of comprehensive management solutions with five distinct, yet complementary, hotel brands catering to varied market segments from budget to luxury. These include The Ajman Palace Hotel, Coral Hotels & Resorts, Corp Hotels, EWA Hotel Apartments and ECOS Hotels. Through its dynamic operation and strategic expansion in the Middle East and North Africa, HMH has been successful in unlocking a world of opportunities while creating value for its stakeholders, associates, staff members and customers. Its existing portfolio features superb properties located in some of the most desirable destinations across the MENA region, as well as a healthy pipeline of hotels under development.

For media contact:
Hina Bakht
Vice President
MPJ (Marketing Pro-Junction)
Mob: +971 50 697 5146
Email: h.bakht@mpj-pr.com

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