TTME OCT 2018 - PG 20 - 2ND STORY

Fraser Suites in Muscat now

Fraser Suites, a 120-key spacious property with modern furnishing, opens in Muscat, Oman. The property offers business and leisure travellers unprecedented amenities.

TT Bureau

Under the ownership of Amer Al Suleimani and co-owners Ammar Al Suleimani and Ahmed Al Suleimani, Fraser Suites Muscat is set to redefine the concept of hospitality. Located in the landmark mixed-use complex, the serviced residence offers guests a range of one to three-bedroom apartments. The launch of the property is in line with the growth strategy of Frasers Hospitality, which aims at expanding its global presence with new properties in the Middle East and Africa.

Frasers Hospitality Group initially entered the Middle East market when it launched Fraser Suites Seef, Bahrain in 2009. Since then, the group has been identified as Middle East’s leading serviced apartments brand and best serviced apartment company in the Middle East. Additionally, the properties have also been individually awarded as leading serviced apartments in the region. The already existing and operational properties in the region, including Fraser Suites Diplomatic Area, Bahrain; Fraser Suites Seef, Bahrain and Fraser Suites Dubai, comprise an average occupancy rate of over 85 per cent.

Vincent Le Gorrec, General Manager, Fraser Suites Muscat said, “Countries in the Middle East have several cultural tourism prospects, including Saudi Arabia, Oman and the UAE. As part of Oman’s diversification efforts, there has been growth in tourism, manufacturing, transport and logistics. This will subsequently result in the increase of demand for high-quality accommodation for travellers. Along with the wide range of facilities and plethora of lifestyle options in and around the capital, Fraser Suites Muscat is an ideal choice for corporate travellers, holiday-seekers and even families.”

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