Vivian Renders, marketing and communications manager, Armani Hotel Dubai, speaking to Breaking Travel News about the success of the property at the World Travel Awards.
Mark Kirby, general manager, Armani Hotel Dubai, speaks to Breaking Travel News about the hotel, situated in the world’s tallest building, the Burj Khalifa.
Spencer Wadama, general manager, Armani Hotel Dubai speaking to Breaking Travel News at the Four Seasons Resort Dubai following the World Travel Awards Middle East 2015.
Shona MacSweeney, director, marketing & communications, Armani Hotel, Dubai, speaks to Breaking Travel News at the World Travel Awards Middle East Gala Ceremony at Le Royal Meridien Beach Resort & Spa.
India has overtaken Britain as the biggest tourism source market to Dubai. The stellar growth of the Indian economy has given to a ten percent rise in its nationals visiting the emirate over the first quarter of the year, according to the latest figures from the Dubai Department of Tourism.
Dubai-based property developer Emaar, the group behind the world’s tallest tower Burj Khalifa, has registered a net profit of Dhs421m ($115m). The company cited project deliveries in the UAE and international markets for the solid figures. Its flagship Dubai Mall reported a record footfall, whilst Address Hotels recorded an average occupancy of 87 percent.
World Travel Awards is set to kick off their 2011 Grand Tour with the Middle East Gala Ceremony, taking place at Armani Hotel Dubai on May 2nd. Hailed as the ‘Oscars of the travel industry’ by the Wall Street Journal, more than 400 senior industry figures from the region’s leading travel and tourism companies, as well as a host of international media, will be in attendance.
Hollywood actor Tom Cruise has returned to the Burj Khalifa in Dubai for further filming on Mission: Impossible IV – taking his seat on top of the world. Having already been captured clambering up side of the building earlier this month, Cruise went one better over the weekend, taking a seat on top of the world’s tallest building.
Filming scenes for the next Mission: Impossible film in Dubai, Tom Cruise has been captured on camera dangling 2,717ft in the air from the Burj Kahlifa – the tallest building in the world. Filming is scheduled to take place in the United Arab Emirates following a deal between Paramount and Dubai officials.
Hundreds of delegates from the Arabian Hotel Investment Conference celebrated amid the splendour of the new Armani Hotel Dubai last night, as the Burj Khalifa property stepped out onto the world stage.