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Posted On: 24 April 2016 02:44 pm
Updated On: 12 November 2020 01:56 pm

Delegation of 35 industry members to represent Qatar at Arabian Travel Market

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The delegation comprising of 35 hotels, tour operators and other industry service providers representing a 25% increase in Qatar’s participants compared to last year.

ATM, renowned as the leading event for the Middle East inbound and outbound travel industry, provides a platform for Qatar to demonstrate its willingness and ability to offer innovative products for the regional market. Qatar’s stand will be showcasing its unique tourism offerings, including top quality luxury accommodation, cultural attractions, family entertainment, festivals and events, as well as great shopping, dining and other leisure activities.

“This sizable delegation reflects the importance Qatar places on tourism arrivals from the Middle Eastern market, and in particular the GCC,” said QTA’s Chief Marketing & Promotion Officer, Mr Rashed Al Qurese.

“ATM attracts a significant number of international travel trade visitors and we will leverage this event to emphasise our focus on unmatched cultural attractions, authenticity and other attributes with appeal to global visitors,” Mr Al Qurese added.

A number of prominent local and regional hotel groups, leading international hospitality operators and brands will be exhibiting at the QTA stand (ME2010). Together they will provide a cross-sectional view of Qatar’s broad hospitality offerings, while highlighting the five-star, four-star and boutique hotel options, as well as hotel apartments.

“Our co-exhibitors will provide visitors with exceptional insights into the evolution of Qatar’s tourist attractions and services. This effectively delivers a ‘one-stop shop’ for doing business with the Qatar tourism sector,” added Mr Al Qurese.

The annual event being held from April 25-28th showcases over 2,800 products and destinations from around the world to over 26,000 buyers and travel trade visitors.