First Central Hotel Suites has been recognised for its excellence in the fields of sustainability and Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) at the inaugural Middle East Cleaning, Hygiene and Facilities Awards (MECHFA) 2018.
The hotel received the ‘Gold’ award for its commitment to sustainability and a ‘Silver’ award in the ‘CSR Company of the Year’ category at a Dubai awards ceremony attended by more than 300 leading industry professionals.
It follows a string of accolades received by the Barsha Heights property this year as it continues to demonstrate excellence in many fields, from green practices to customer service and satisfaction, cementing its position as a leading four-star property in Dubai.
MECHFA was created to improve standards in a region where sustainability efforts have widely scrutinised. The awards aim to encourage manufacturers, distributors, service providers and end users to find sustainable cleaning and hygiene solutions.
The management team and staff at First Central Hotel Suites have always demonstrated their commitment to sustainability and CSR practices and the MECHFA accolades are testament to their efforts.
Caring for customers, staff members and the environment are core values at First Central and set the property apart from the competition.
“We are delighted to be recognised for our commitment to sustainable practices and CSR initiatives,” said the property’s General Manager, Wael El Behi.
“Environmental protection and conservation of natural resources is an integral part of our efforts to support Dubai in being a smart, integrated, connected and sustainable city with a clean, healthy and sustainable environment.”
First Central Hotel Apartment
TECOM, Al Barsha 3, Dubai, UAE
GPS: N 25° 5′ 55.954” E 55° 10′ 28.938”
Telephone: +971 4 4544900
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