Oman Air-Al Safir Hotel hosts media
“We are happy to be associated with Al Safir and we look forward to many more joint events together. We trust our participation will contribute to mutual success,” Oman Air Country Manager Sabreen Sabry, said.
“The response for our Ramadan tent was been good and requests have been regular for groups. Corporate companies which host Iftar for their staff have been increasing and groups looking a have Ghabga gatherings have increased as well,” Director of Sales and Marketing Stephen Daniel, Al Safir Hotel, said.“The tent that starts operations right after Maghreb prayers opens with Iftar priced at BD6.000 plus applicable taxes is found to be very reasonable with wide range of local and International cuisines. Evening buffet is open until midnight. The highlight for the evenings is the Cairo band, playing soft music to entertain guests all through the night. The tent also consists of smoking and non-smoking seating areas,” he added.
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