In the midst of the dramatic change in business landscape, JA Resorts & Hotels has introduced a new wave of strategies, policies and tools for travel trade partners.
Starting from today, Nobu will be offering a brand-new Weekend Brunch, taking place every Friday and Saturday from 12:00-15:00. With packages starting from AED345 per person, guests can while away an afternoon enjoying unlimited a la carte signature Nobu dishes and beverages served to the table.
The show will feature comprehensive webinars, live conference sessions, roundtables, speed networking events and one-to-one meetings, as well as facilitating new connections and offering a wide range of online business opportunities.
Despite a challenging 2020, the strong pre-Covid-19 economic health of the brand, and strong growth and performance in recent years, has safeguarded expansion plans.
Marriott does not expect prior levels of business to return until beyond 2021, and thus anticipates a significant number of “position eliminations” later this year.
With over 36-years of experience in the hospitality business and a career that has spanned key global regions, Iain McCormack brings a wealth of expertise and insight to the resort.
For just AED295 per person, the new daycation package includes a deluxe room for the day, a sun lounger on White Beach, and a three-course set lunch menu at White Restaurant.
Due to the impact of Covid-19, major hotel chains are set to expand at an even quicker rate when travel resumes. This will create even more uncertainty for independent hoteliers, argues GlobalData, a data and analytics company.
From July, the brand will operate two historic properties in the heart of Edinburgh, following an agreement with Chris Stewart, chief executive of the Chris Stewart Group, the owner and developer of the properties.
With an enviable portfolio of properties spanning destinations such as Bhutan, Indonesia, Italy, Australia and the United Kingdom, Fox has been tasked with raising awareness around the company.
Walt Disney Company chief executive, Bob Chapek, has announced a shakeup of the senior leadership of its leisure operations. In the key move, Josh D’Amaro has been named chairman, Disney Parks, Experiences & Products.
The 'Count on Us' programme outlines the new long-term measures being taken by the company to build confidence among guests and support partners as they prepare to welcome back travellers in the wake of Covid-19.