The Armed Forces Officers Club & Hotel (AFOCH) has appeared for the first-time ever at a special pavilion that was setup at the Arabian Travel Market 2015.
Today, AFOCH is considered a top complex is now fully open to the public and has evolved into an oasis for conferences, training, exhibitions, banquets and an all-round family destination.
Peter Freeman, Deputy Director General, said: “Depending on the season, we are a preferred destination for visitors from GCC countries during holidays and weekends as our guests can rely on our outstanding services, combined with our unique F&B and wide range of activities and facilities suitable for parents and children.”
Freeman had also mentioned that over 25 meeting and banqueting spaces combined with almost 20 years of expertise, AFOCH is respected by major companies across the Middle East for meetings, training, exhibitions and team building occasions due to the possibility of combining excellent sports and recreation facilities with 5-star accommodation.
“Through this participation we seek to direct tourists to select AFOCH as first choice destination for the wonderful location it enjoys, we are just minutes away from the Sheikh Zayed Grand Mosque, as well as Yas and Sadiyat Island top touristic destinations in the wonderful Abu Dhabi,” he said. Freeman Referred to cooperation with touristic hotspots in Yas Island and Etihad Airways to promote family tourism in the city through special offers.
He pointed out that occupancy rates in the first quarter of this year have reached to 86 per cent, while last year was 65 during the same period.
“I’m very pleased to participate in the Arabian Travel Market to promote our extinguished elements that our pioneering complex enjoys in the UAE market.”
He added, “We are considered a preferred destination for visitors from the Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) especially during the holidays and weekends; guests can enjoy our leading services as well as first-rate F&B.”
Freeman believes special offers for families both in the UAE and the Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) must be prepared during the upcoming summer season in Abu Dhabi, stressing the importance of cooperation with the Abu Dhabi Tourism & Culture Authority to promote and attract more visitors.