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Holiday Inn In The Middle East And Africa

 


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From the heart of the Emirate government at Riyadh, to the centre of Ancient Egypt at Cairo, we at Holiday Inn are a popular choice for both business and recreational visitors. Quite often, we cover both areas – after all, where better to hold Holiday Inn meetings on factors affecting Dead Sea tourism, than at a top Dead Sea leisure resort like Sweimeh?

Sweimeh is one of several Holiday Inn hotels catering for both business and recreational guests. It is particularly well suited for hospitality events, and can help arrange gala dinners, beach-side team-training activities and more. Just 40 minutes from Queen Alia Airport, Sweimeh is also within easy reach of Amman, the capital city of Jordan and is another venue where we arrange Holiday Inn meetings for clients.

A leading centre of politics, culture and commerce, Amman is one of the oldest continually inhabited cities on the globe. Since the ending of the Iraq war, it has found new prosperity, with numerous new businesses springing up. All of Jordan’s Iraq-bound business traffic goes via Amman in some way, so it’s hardly surprising that spacious conference suites are needed. Our Holiday Inn meetings are held conveniently close to the airport and business centres, and the main hall can accommodate up to 1000 delegates in comfort.

Our facilities in the Middle East are strongly geared up for conferences – but then with cities like Riyadh, Kuwait and Dubai on our books, we have to be. Riyadh, Saudi Arabia’s capital, is also its largest city and a bustling, prosperous centre of finance and commerce. Saudi Arabia favours private enterprise highly, and numerous new conglomerates and private companies have their home here.

The facilities we provide for Holiday Inn meetings have to be flexible to reflect the diversity of trade. Riyadh is the financial centre of the Middle East, housing the headquarters of the National Bank. A centre of political power, it is home to numerous commercial enterprises. Among these are agricultural, educational, financial and cultural firms – all needing meeting areas. Not surprisingly, we at Holiday Inns have a strong foothold here, with no fewer than three hotels hosting meetings for business, recreational and charity purposes.

When people think of the United Arab Emirates, they think of rich oil reserves, and the sparkling magnificence of Dubai. Today, it has expanded to become one of the world’s leading financial hubs as well. Dubai delegates place a high degree of excellence upon everything – not least their conference facilities. At Holiday Inn, our meetings staff provide them with an exemplary service and the very latest business equipment, as they do in all our hotels.

Africa is an upcoming continent, businesswise. We host Holiday Inn meetings in several major African cities, among them Cairo, Johannesburg, Accra and Nairobi.

Located in a popular suburb near Kenya’s bio-sciences centre, our Nairobi hotel is equally well suited for academics, tourists and delegates from the city’s thriving business centres. Meanwhile, our Johannesburg Holiday Inn meetings take place in the heart of Gauteng, the wealthiest province in South Africa and a Mecca for corporate, finance and retail companies. Close to the Johannesburg Stock Exchange and Deutsche Bank, we at Holiday Inn accommodate bookings of every kind.

Emma writes articles on Meeting Rooms including guides to Holiday Inn .

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