Millennium & Copthorne Hotels Middle East and Africa (MEA) will open three new properties in Oman, starting with the launch of a global brand first, the 115-key Millennium Executive Apartments in Muscat in the first quarter of 2015.
Gulf Hotels Group’s (GHG) gross revenues rose 6.2 per cent to BD24.5 million ($64.3 million) in the first nine months of this year, compared with BD23 million ($60.95 million) in same period last year.
The Bahrain group generated
KFH Capital Investment Company, the investment management arm of Kuwait Finance House, has bought two big hotels in Manhattan, New York (US) - the 148-room Hampton Inn United Nations and the 135-room Holiday Inn Express Manhattan Times Square So
Abu Dhabi’s 156 hotels and hotel apartments have reported their best nine months yet this year in terms of guest arrivals, guest nights, occupancy and revenue.
Figures released by Abu Dhabi Tourism & Culture Authority (T
Accor HotelServices Middle East, one of the world’s leading hospitality groups, has announced plans to double the size of its operations in the Middle East to over 30,000 rooms by 2020.
The group’s chairman and chief e
As many as 44 hotels across all market sectors, estimated to provide over 11,000 additional keys, are expected to be developed in Qatar to meet the supply targets for 2022.
As the tourism sector has come to the forefront of Doha’s
Wyndham Hotel Group, a leading hospitality group, has appointed Daniel Ruff as the new president and managing director of the Europe, Middle East and Africa (EMEA) and Indian Ocean regions.
In his new role, effective from November
Jumeirah spreads wings across China
Dubai’s Jumeirah Group is to manage three new luxury hotels and resorts that are being built across China.
The Jumeirah Haikou Resort is set in an exclusive golf community o
This year's Eid Al Adha holidays proved to be a real boon for the hospitality sector in Bahrain with most of the hotels reporting occupancy rates averaging 90 per cent, said a report.
According to hoteliers and investors in th
Major hotels in Bahrain have reported 85 per cent occupancy on the first day (October 4) of Eid holidays.
It is expected to rise to more than 95 per cent during the second day, they told our sister paper Akhbar Al Khaleej.