Tourism & Hospitality
April 3, 2013
Al Bustan Centre and Residence honored the winning team of 5th Fazza International Athletics Championship held last March 21 to 27, 2013 at the Dubai Police Officers Club.
Ramada Hotel & Suites Ajman, a premier destination for business and leisure travellers, organised an environmental cleanup drive along the coastline of Ajman Public Beach.
April 2, 2013
Egypt and Iran are reportedly at odds over the Egyptian government’s attempts to regulate the places Iranian tourists can visit.
Concorde Fujairah Hotel participated in the third annual Terry Fox Marathon of Hope held in Fujairah Corniche.
More than 50 Iranian tourists, the first official tour group from the Islamic republic in decades, arrived in Upper Egypt on Sunday amid tight security.
April 1, 2013
Ramada Downtown Dubai distributed bags of fruits and dates to labourers in Downtown area, and packed lunch to workers at Sajjah Labour Camp, as part of the property’s ongoing CSR initiatives.
Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad has signed a draft law that sees the lifting of visa requirements for Egyptian tourists visiting the Islamic republic
Crowne Plaza Amman has announced the lucky winning couple of its “Win a Priceless Wedding” competition.
Al Bustan Centre and Residence celebrated the birthday of their Chief Operating Officer, Moussa El Hayek, arranged by all the management and executives at the hotel.
March 31, 2013
Crowne Plaza Amman celebrated Mother’s Day by hosting a celebratory lunch with the mothers working at the hotel.
March 28, 2013
Concorde Fujairah Hotel, a luxury accommodation in the heart of the city, took part in observing Earth Hour 2013 by turning off lights and unnecessary electrical devices in the hotel for one hour.
March 27, 2013
Qatar Tourism Authority (QTA) and Stenden University Qatar signed a Letter of Agreement to initiate a new Training Program to develop professional tour guides for Qatar.
Friday brunch has a new home in one of Dubai’s favourite destinations – Calabar at The Address Downtown Dubai.
The Jordanian government's plan to reintroduce a 16 per cent accommodation tax on the Kingdom’s hotels will negatively impact the country’s tourism sector, the Jordan Hotels Association (JHA) warned on Tuesday.
Al Bustan Centre and Residence organized a presentation for Skills Training to educate the hotel’s middle management on the advantages of effective training tools.