The financial resources that had been set aside for the WTTC event will instead be focused on impactful, consumer-facing campaigns, the organisation confirmed.
GCC tourists to Egypt will spend $2.36 billion in 2020, an increase of 11 per cent over 2019, with visitors from Saudi Arabia driving this growth. That is according to new data published ahead of Arabian Travel Market.
Manchester Pride is a charity that campaigns for equality; celebrates LGBTQ+ life and creates opportunities that engage LGBTQ+ people so that they can thrive.
Bahamas welcomed a record-breaking seven million visitors in 2019. The ministry of tourism attributes this historic success to data-driven, agile marketing, authentic storytelling, and aggressive PR, sales and airlift strategies.
Caribbean Airlines is an authentic carrier which provides a genuine regional experience on all its services. Recognised as the Caribbean’s Leading Airline Brand by the World Travel Awards, head of sales, Lisa Morales, here tells us what the honour means to her and the team.
Looking ahead to the first quarter of 2020, the outlook is challenging, however, as bookings for the period are currently 3.6 per cent behind where they were at the equivalent moment last year.
The Jamaica Tourist Board has unveiled ‘Jamaica, Heartbeat of the World’, the new destination brand positioning for the country. The campaign is designed to recognise Jamaica’s out-sized influence on the global community.
The draft, which runs from April 23rd-25th, comes to Las Vegas as the Raiders prepare to embark on their first season in the city and at Allegiant Stadium.
Marriott International has signed a landmark agreement with Nahdet Al-Mashaer to open a 2,600-room Fairfield by Marriott property in Makkah.
The event will bring together more than 350 dignitaries, developers, investors, hotel owners and operators to discuss the future of the kingdom’s ever-growing hotel market in light of the event theme, ‘Transform Tomorrow’.
Accor will be highlighting its role as a pioneer of new lifestyle experiences during the second Saudi Arabian Hospitality Investment Conference. The event takes place this week in Riyadh.
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.