With its rapidly developing pipeline in Saudi Arabia, Hilton expects to quadruple its portfolio in the kingdom throughout the next five years. The company hopes to offer more than 50 hotels, with a total of 16,000 rooms.
Chile is intensifying preparations for its participation at Expo 2020 Dubai. The South American country will take part in the event under the theme of 'Sustainability, diversity, tradition, and progress'.
The elite of the travel industry assembled for the World Travel Awards Caribbean Gala Ceremony 2020 to find out who amongst them had been crowned best of the best.
Pressing challenges from around the world, including climate change, poverty, inequality and environmental degradation, will be examined by Expo 2020 in Dubai.
The Caribbean Hotel & Tourism Association has introduced a pilot program to include a group of leading travel agents from across the United States to Caribbean Travel Marketplace in the Bahamas.
The leaders of the Caribbean travel industry are heading to the enchanting Sandals Royal Bahamian for the World Travel Awards Caribbean Gala Ceremony 2020.
The United States department of state has announced the country will be participating in Expo 2020 in Dubai. A consortium of 13 leading US-based organisations have created a unique journey through American innovation which will be showcased during the event.
The Pacific Asia Travel Association has announced its the annual summit will this year be taking place at the Al Hamra International Exhibition & Conference Centre in Ras Al Khaimah.
Hospitality professionals will have an opportunity to explore the next generation of in-destination trends at the Middle East’s first ever edition of Arival Dubai @ ATM.
The conference follows the success of the inaugural Ireland Cruise Conference held in Dublin last November, which was attended by almost 100 travel agents.
British Airways has been appointed the official airline partner of Team GB and ParalympicsGB ahead of the Tokyo 2020 Olympic and Paralympic Games this summer.
Kenya welcomed more than two million guests in 2019, with American tourists among the fastest growing groups. In total, the sector is worth US$1.6 billion to the Kenyan economy, according to tourism minister, Najib Balala.