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Maldives-based Sun Siyam Resorts to open Dubai headquarters 

The move will help the hospitality group to tap into the GCC market 

Sun Siyam Resorts, a Maldivian hospitality group with luxury private island properties in its portfolio, will open its regional office in Dubai this month.

The move will help the group tap into the GCC market as the tourism sector continues to show signs of recovery.

Emirates Holidays’ former product and contracting manager Manica Radjou steps in as director of the Sun Siyam Regional Office. Its new Dubai base will allow the company to begin expanding their operation globally with a focus on the GCC region to gain market share for its portfolio.

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Sun Siyam Resorts VP (Commercial) Deepak Booneady said: “Middle Eastern millennials are especially keen to flock to top-notch tourist destinations with their families by their side; trends show increased preference to travel in small groups. Our resorts tick all the boxes as a popular brand for Middle Easterners.”

Siyam World 2

Sun Siyam Resorts also recently announced the opening of its fifth property, Siyam World Maldives in October. Located in the popular Noonu Atoll, a 40-minutes seaplane ride from Velana International Airport, the resort will feature 21 accommodation categories including Pool Beach Villas, Beach Suites, Beach Residences and Over-Water Villas complete with water slides.

For those wanting a more exclusive experience, premium accommodation includes a luxurious 3000sqm villa called The Palace

Siyam World is on a mission to offer unique experiences, including the country’s biggest floating water park and a premium all-inclusive concept across more than a dozen restaurants and bars. 

For more information, visit Siyam World 

 

 

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