Dubai International (DXB) retained the title of the Best Airport in the Middle East at the Business Traveller Middle East Awards 2017 organised in Dubai on Sunday.
“We are very pleased with the award as it valid
Wego.ae, the largest travel marketplace in the Middle East, has observed a radical evolution of the region’s mobile first travel market with over 70 per cent of searches in the Middle East taking place on a mobile device.
Rotana, one of the leading hotel management companies in the region, is preparing to open 17 new properties in the Middle East before the end of 2018, adding more than 4,500 keys to the company’s existing room count.
Global hotel management company Swiss-Belhotel International has emerged as a major player in the region’s hospitality sector with over 3,500 rooms under development in key markets such as Jordan, Egypt and Bahrain.
Youtravel.com, a leading accommodation provider in the European markets, will announce exciting plans during ATM 2017, which will see substantial growth in the international markets with the Middle East and GCC being the spear head of these grow
Ahead of next week’s Arabian Hotel Investment Conference 2017 (Ahic), being held at Madinat Jumeirah in Dubai from April 25 to 27, its speakers have unveiled insights into the global trends and market sentiment that are currently making an
Citizens from the GCC can now visit the Russian Far East without visas, said a report citing the Russian Prime Minister.
Citizens from 18 countries, including UAE, Bahrain, Iran, Qatar, Kuwait, Morocco, Oman, Saudi Arabia, Tunisia
Global hospitality group Swiss-Belhotel International has named Laurent A. Voivenel as senior vice president, Operations and Development for the Middle East, Africa and India.
This strategic announcement comes well in time for Ara
A total of 153,298 rooms in 546 hotel projects were registered under contract in the Middle East, a slight increase of 1.1 per cent compared with March 2016.
According to the STR March 2017 Pipeline Report, the Middle East also re
Traveller numbers from the Middle East to the US has dipped 20 per cent, said a report citing the CEO of one of the world's largest hotel group.
Arne Sorenson, president and CEO of hotel group Marriott International, said that