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Radisson Blu Hotel Welcomes Europcar

The Radisson Blu Hotel, Muscat and Europcar have announced a strategic partnership during the official opening of the Europcar rental desk in the hotels' lobby. 

"The central location of the Radisson Blu Hotel is ideal for us and very convenient to our growing customer base, it allows us to even further expand our services within Muscat and of course market ourselves strategically to the hotel guests of the popular Radisson Blu Hotel." says Andy Pratley, General Manager Europcar Oman. (part of the Asha Enterprises L.L.C Group)

The Radisson Blu Hotel and Europcar not only share their European roots, but are also both very focused on product quality and delivering excellent customer service within their respective area of operation.

"Having Europcar as a partner is adding real value to our guest services, as we are now able to arrange cars and organize various touristic activities prior to guest arrival and the fact that we have full time Europcar representation at the rental desk is of course very convenient to our guests." Michael Jacobi, General Manager at the Radisson Blu Hotel explains. 

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