SA Level, an UAE-based developer, has signed a deal with Dubai World Central (DWC) towards the purchase of land for the development of a major luxury and lifestyle project in the world’s first purpose-built aerotropolis.
Luxury Facilities Management, the company handling facilities management of all buildings delivered by Dubai-based Damac Properties, has won three important ISO certifications.
The certifications cover various aspects of facilitie
Signature Estates has announced the launch of bespoke luxury residences at its new development called The 118 in Dubai, UAE.
Nestled in the heart of Downtown Dubai, The 118 is built on an exceptional monolithic platform that stands 14 s
Dubai’s Burj Al Arab, the world's most luxurious hotel, has unveiled its newly expanded offering for discerning children, which includes bespoke bed, bath and beach attire and personalised infant and child menus.
GCC nationals spend 260 per cent more on airfares against other nationalities, with between 40-60 per cent booking business class travel, said an industry expert, adding that the number of millionaires in the UAE is set to grow at 12 per cent an
Lexus is set to debut its all-new NX luxury compact crossover at the 2014 Beijin International Automotive Exhibition on April 20.
The NX, which is based on the LF-NX concept, marks Lexus’ entry into the l
More than 2,500 leading players from the travel, tourism and hospitality industry will be showcasing their key products and solutions at this year's Arabian Travel Market (ATM), which has grown almost seven times bigger than last year.
A recent advert from luxury watchmaker Omega shows a large, technologically-advanced timepiece. So far, so typical. But this one is studded with diamonds and worn by actress Nicole Kidman. Called the Ladymatic, it's the future of the industr
Premium travel and hospitality will be the focus of a new theme at Arabian Travel Market (ATM) 2014, the leading travel and tourism show, with the launch of ‘Spotlight on Luxury,’ said its organisers.
The up-scale focu
The spending of ultra-high-net-worth individuals (UHNWIs) on luxury goods is set to increase globally this year, said a survey.
The Wealth Report’s Attitudes Survey found that over a third of the wealth advisors expected the