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World Sustainable Travel & Hospitality Awards reveals nominees and opens voting

World Sustainable Travel & Hospitality Awards reveals nominees and opens voting

World Sustainable Travel & Hospitality Awards ('WSTHA') has unveiled the nominees and opened voting of its inaugural programme. The shortlist of nominees, drawn from across the globe, features a fascinating range of individuals and organisations that are accelerating change and making an impact in net positive tourism.

What's New in Bahrain for 2024

What's New in Bahrain for 2024

Bahrain, on the southwestern coast of the Arabian Gulf, has seen a fresh, new range of hotels, experiences and restaurants open in the last few months. From over 20 new luxury accommodation in the last few years to exciting cultural expeditions, these upcoming additions offer visitors limitless opportunities to enjoy an unforgettable journey through the country.

Cala Llonga Welcomes Asia's No 1 Female Chef

Cala Llonga Welcomes Asia's No 1 Female Chef

Ibiza's two newest hotels, Mondrian and Hyde, are set to welcome the world's best chefs by launching the "Best Of The Best Culinary Series” hosted by the world's best chefs from the prestigious "50 Best" ranking. These chefs will curate unique Latin American and Asian set menus in Ibiza's newest destination restaurants, Niko and Cuyo, located in Cala Llonga.

Hoteliers embrace AI, but lagging tech holds them back, says Cloudbeds CEO

Hoteliers embrace AI, but lagging tech holds them back, says Cloudbeds CEO

While Artificial Intelligence (AI) is transforming industries, hoteliers are struggling to embrace it, despite rapid industry growth. In a recent interview by Hospitality Expert and Influencer Paula Carreirao, CEO Adam Harris explored this disconnect, highlighting both the potential and the roadblocks to AI adoption in hospitality

Tourism Minister Bartlett in New York for CTO Caribbean Week

Tourism Minister Bartlett in New York for CTO Caribbean Week

Minister of Tourism, Hon. Edmund Bartlett arrived in New York City to participate in a series of events and activities for the Caribbean Tourism Organization's (CTO) Caribbean Week celebrations from June 16 to June 21. While in the USA, Minister Bartlett and senior tourism officials will embark on a strong multi-city marketing blitz that will also take them to Chicago and Dallas.

Airbus demonstrates A330neo performance during high-altitude test campaign

Airbus demonstrates A330neo performance during high-altitude test campaign

Airbus’ A330-900 flight-test aircraft – MSN1795 / F-WTTN – recently flew to Toluca in Mexico, and then to La Paz in Bolivia. There it conducted a fortnight long ‘Hot and High’ flight test campaign to prove aircraft and engine performance in high-altitude, warm and humid airport environments.

Magic Around Every Corner at Walt Disney World Resort This Summer

Magic Around Every Corner at Walt Disney World Resort This Summer

This summer and beyond, there are more ways than ever to create magical moments and treasured memories with loved ones during a visit to Walt Disney World Resort. From new attractions to limited-time entertainment, there’s something for everyone at “The Most Magical Place On Earth.”

RIU teams up with Achilles to make its supply chain more sustainable

RIU teams up with Achilles to make its supply chain more sustainable

RIU Hotels & Resorts is the first major Spanish international hotel chain to sign a global agreement with Achilles, a world-renowned expert in supply chain risk management that is specialised in ESG (environmental, social and governance) criteria. This agreement represents a significant milestone in RIU's business relationship with its suppliers and reflects its commitment to the Proudly Committed sustainability strategy, as RIU’s entire supply chain must be involved for the company to make significant progress in terms of sustainability and goods and service suppliers play a key role in this regard.