Home to some of Dubai’s top resorts, the Palm Jumeirah is built from reclaimed land in a series of artificial archipelagos and shaped like a palm tree when viewed from above.
Pan Pacific London has announced the appointment of Steven Drewery as executive assistant manager at the property. The hotel is expected to open in the autumn.
Sandals Resorts International will close its properties in the Caribbean until May 15th to protect guests and staff against the spread of Covid-19. All resorts under both the Beaches and Sandals brands are expected to close their doors in March 30th.
Banyan Tree Holdings and Myanmar Treasure Hotel & Resort Group Company have signed a joint venture agreement for the formation of a hotel management business.
Marriott International has pointed to small signs of recovery in the Chinese hospitality market as chief executive Arne Sorenson offered a business update amid the rapidly evolving coronavirus outbreak.
Officials in Spain have ordered the closure of all hotels, campsites and short-stay accommodation from next Tuesday. There have been 14,769 coronavirus cases recorded in the country, with 638 deaths to date.
In line with its strategy, the developer consistently achieves a high pre-sales ratio across all of its projects, with all of them selling out swiftly prior to their completion.
Guests can dine on unlimited premium food and drinks throughout their stay (both alcoholic and non-alcoholic) at selected restaurants at Five Palm Jumeirah and Five Jumeirah Village.
Rotana has taken over the management of Damac Towers Arjaan by Rotana in Riyadh, with the property set to open in early April. The announcement follows a partnership signed between the company and Damac Hotels & Resorts last year.
Mantis has welcomed Akagera Game Lodge to its collection of hotels, eco-escapes and waterways. Akagera is in the southern-most region of the Akagera National Park, the only big five safari destination in Rwanda.
The new Radisson Red Cologne will be located in a central city location, just a stone’s throw from the UNESCO World Heritage-recognised Cologne Cathedral.
As the first-ever acquisition and transition from the company, the property will incorporate its signature technology and adaptable design as part of a multi-million-dollar reconstruction.