Najd Rent-a-Car Opens Second Branch in Dubai

Najd Rent-A-Car has opened a new location at the Atlantis on Palm Jumeirah Island. Photo via Wikimedia.
Najd Rent-A-Car has opened a new location at the Atlantis on Palm Jumeirah Island. Photo via Wikimedia.

Najd Rent-a-Car, a UAE-based car rental company, has announced the opening of its second branch in Dubai, according to a report by Travel Daily News.

The new location is based at the Atlantis on Palm Jumeirah Island; it aims to cater to in-house guests as well as tourists residing in other properties across the man-made island, according to the report.

The company currently operates a fleet of over 100 vehicles, including luxury brands such as Mercedes, Audi, BMW, Range Rover, and Escalade.

“The opening of the second outlet of Najd Rent-a Car in Dubai is a very timely move because it addresses the growing demand for car rental services in the emirate, especially in the luxury segment,” Omar Al Kasem, Najd Rent-a-Car’s VIP operations manager, told Travel Daily News. “We are confident that our new office at the Atlantis, The Palm will enable us to cater to visitors of the seven-star resort and other premier hotels on the island. We continuously strive to serve our customers better and will continue to add more luxury cars to our fleet as well as open up new branches in the near future.”

Click here for the full Travel Daily News report.

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