Dubai has welcomed the ninth Meetings Arabia & Luxury Travel Congress as the market continues to recover from Covid-19. The show took place at the InterContinental Dubai.
Dubai Holding has announced that Ain Dubai is set to open on October 21st. Ticket sales for the largest and tallest observation wheel in the world are now on sale.
Through an agreement with Al Fattan Properties, the lodging company will manage and operate two of the three Al Fattan Towers in Downtown.
Centara Hotels & Resorts is preparing to launch Centara Mirage Beach Resort Dubai on the Deira in October. The beachfront family resort is a joint venture with master developer Nakheel.
Anantara World Islands Dubai Resort is in the final stages of development in the World Islands archipelago, located in the Arabian Gulf, approximately four kilometres off the coast of Dubai.
Filmed by Directors Guild award-winning director Craig Gillespie, the campaign features a series of six short trailer films across different genres, with each one taking viewers on a captivating journey.
MSC Cruises has confirmed the naming ceremony for its newest flagship, MSC Virtuosa, will take place in Dubai on November 27th. The event will be hosted at Mina Rashid.
In the battle to be the pre-eminent travel hub in the Middle East, the latest research from ForwardKeys has revealed that Doha seized and consolidated a lead over Dubai in the first half of 2021.
This staycation special from the Park Hyatt, Dubai continues as Phil Blizzard soaks up the atmosphere of the pools and talks spa relaxation with the resort managing director, Stephan Schupbach.
Waldorf Astoria Dubai International Financial Centre has been nominated for a number of prestigious trophies at the upcoming World Travel Awards. Here Breaking Travel News chats with general manager, Victor Chalfoun, to find out how the property is battling back from the Covid-19 pandemic and what we can expect in the months ahead
Phil Blizzard here checks into the Park Hyatt, Dubai to discover what the resort has to offer and is greeted by the managing director, Stephan Schupbach, who provides an overview of the resort.
Dubai Tourism chief executive, Issam Kazim, said he hoped that new markets can help make up for the loss of visitors from key outbound markets where travel continues to be restricted.