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.
Abu Dhabi hotels have recorded the best August guest arrivals to date with the number of people checking into the UAE emirate’s hotels rising 22 per cent, compared to the same month last year.
According to figures just relea
Dubai will add 160,000 hotel rooms by 2020, when the UAE emirate will host the Expo 2020.
The number of three- and four-star hotels are on the rise in Dubai, a report in the Gulf News quoted Eissam Kazim, chief executive of the
As many as 628 hotel projects are currently under contract in the Middle East and Africa (MEA) region and together they will add 147,454 rooms into the booming hospitality sector, said a report.
The 'under contract' data i
Dubai hotels witnessed a negative revenue per available room (RevPar) and average daily rate (ADR) performance during August despite a 2.6 per cent growth in demand, a report said.
Hotels in the emirate recorded a 5.7 per cent drop in A
India's Suba Group of Hotels has made its Middle East debut with a four-star facility in Dubai and has plans to launch three more hotels in the region by the end of 2017.
Part of the Mumbai-based MRL Group, Suba has hotel proj
Bahrain is planning a major overhaul of its hospitality industry with plans to introduce the new categorisation of hotels in October, said a report.
The Tourism Directorate will announce the new roadmap as part or plans to revamp