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Armani Hotel Dubai launches Mozart-inspired afternoon tea

Armani Hotel Dubai launches Mozart-inspired afternoon tea

Dubai Opera will open its September season with a trio of Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart’s most famous stage productions; The Marriage of Figaro, Cosi Fan Tutte and Don Giovanni. To mark the new season, Armani Hotel Dubai – just next door to Dubai Opera – is welcoming guests for a celebration of European music and culture with a Mozart-inspired afternoon tea at Armani/Lounge.

Marc Dardenne leaves Emaar

Marc Dardenne leaves Emaar

28 June 2011 Hotel News Tourism News

Marc Dardenne, CEO of Emaar Hospitality - the developer of projects including the world’s tallest tower Burj Khalifa and the Armani Hotel Dubai - is leaving the company. Emaar confirmed that he will be replaced by Chief Operating Officer, Patrick Heuze.

Emaar goes from strength to strength

Emaar goes from strength to strength

26 April 2011 Hotel News

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.

Middle East ceremony to kick off World Travel Awards Grand Tour 2011

Middle East ceremony to kick off World Travel Awards Grand Tour 2011

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.

Tom Cruise returns to the top of Burj Khalifa

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.