Tourism & Hospitality
May 23, 2011
InterContinental Abu Dhabi announced today its participation in the promotional campaign for the Emirate of Abu Dhabi, which kicks off this week.
Emirates Grand Hotel, the 50-storey tall tower conveniently located in the heart of Dubai’s business and commercial district, announces its amazing summer offer.
Combining the graceful splendor of a European hotel, and the warm hospitality of Lebanon, Four Seasons Hotel Beirut is a memorable location to host any event.
Range Hospitality organized and sponsored a seminar on 15th May 2011 entitled “Investment in Iraq Summit 2011” at DIFC Dubai.
May 22, 2011
On the occasion of the centenary day since the beginning of the great Egyptian Revolution, the Arab Youth Movement of Change held a seminar at Ramses Hilton Ballroom.
The Spas at The Address Hotels + Resorts, the five star premium hotel brand, have clinched top laurels at the annual Middle East Spa Awards 2011.
Kempinski Hotels in Jordan organise a unique celebration to mark the historic 65 years of Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan Independence Day on May 25th.
May 19, 2011
Suppliers provided a glimpse in to the hotel room of the future as well as the past, with a range of products running from the practical and cost saving to those that exude five-star luxury.
Take an enjoyable summer vacation at Ramada Downtown Dubai, located in Dubai’s most prestigious and vibrant district.
Al-Futtaim Travel was honoured with the ‘Middle East’s Leading Travel Management Company 2011’ award at the prestigious World Travel Awards held in Dubai.
Hyatt Regency, Hyatt Place and Hyatt Summerfield Suites hotels mark entry into The Kingdom of Saudi Arabia.
May 18, 2011
Michael Scully pinpointed innovation and authenticity as the key dynamics for hotel differentiation rather than brand conformity and ‘corporate’ design aesthetics.
The inaugural Hotel and Hospitality Show Saudi Arabia will reflect the Kingdom’s booming hotel, hospitality and tourism industry, which has surged more than 127% over the last decade.
Senior hotel officials have identified markets in Asia and South America as drivers for growth in the hotel sector in the Gulf, particularly for Dubai.
Marriott International has been named to operate three hotels in Makkah, Saudi Arabia, under a long-term agreement announced May 17 with Jabal Omar Development Company.