Following a brief shutdown in March, the golf hospitality sector has quickly rebounded, taking advantage of its reputation for safety to welcome record demand over the summer months.
Accor is marking another milestone in Saudi Arabia with the signing a management agreement to expand its premium portfolio. The deal will see the launch of the first the Swissôtel Living in the kingdom.
World Travel Awards – the leading initiative to recognise and reward excellence in travel and tourism – has opened voting for the prestigious global categories of its 2020 programme.
With one year to go until Expo 2020 Dubai opens, organisers are committed to convening the global community in a spirit of collaboration and innovation to build a strong, sustainable future.
Women in Hotels - a global not-for-profit organisation – has made its debut in the Middle East during AHIC on the Road. The organisation was founded by Lissa Engle, managing director of Berkeley Capital Group.
Leaders from the Saudi Arabia hospitality market have told delegates at AHIC on the Road that the country remains open to private investors seeking opportunities.
With the doors to Dubai Expo 2020 set to open a year tomorrow, organisers of the show have argued it presents a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity for hoteliers.
United Arab Emirates-based independent hotel management company Aleph Hospitality has announced its entry into the Middle East market with the signing of its first hotel in Dubai.
Helal Saeed Almarri, director general of the Dubai Department of Tourism & Commerce Marketing, has been presented with the 2020 AHIC Leadership Award during a ceremony at Rixos Premium JBR.
Ras Al Khaimah Tourism Development Authority has announced a long-term investment strategy designed to boost the growth and diversification of Jebel Jais.
A unique culinary offering will be a vital component of any successful hospitality business in the post Covid-19 world, Jumeirah Hotels chief executive, José Silva, has argued.
A sustained recovery in the Chinese market has shown what is possible if destinations are able to get Covid-19 under control, AHIC delegates have been told.