Sofitel Dubai the Palm general manager, Christophe Schnyder, tells Breaking Travel News winning a series of trophies at the World Travel Awards would provide an excellent springboard to welcome guests this year
Timothy Kelly, managing director at Atlantis, the Palm, reveals all about renovations taking place across the property, developments at the waterpark and plans to vaccinate employees against Covid-19
Following a significant increase in both the level and pace of change in confirmed Covid-19 cases, the United Arab Emirates has been removed from the UK list of travel corridors.
Dubai has been removed from the safe travel list by the Scottish government. Authorities said the move was due to a rise in returning passengers testing positive with Covid-19.
Almost six months on from reopening, Dubai has reaffirmed its commitment to ensuring the safety and wellbeing of its residents and holidaymakers, while preparing to ring in 2021 in style.
Filipinos and other expats in the United Arab Emirates enjoyed a fiesta of flavours of the Philippines at Halo-Halo Restaurant’s Pistang Pinoy inaugural opening.
The hotel giant has opened two hotels in the Deira Enrichment Project - a development by Ithra Dubai, fully owned by Investment Corporation of Dubai.
An 800-room joint venture between local developer Nakheel and RIU Hotels & Resorts of Spain, the property becomes the first four-star, 24-hour all-inclusive beachfront resort in the destination.
Colliers International indicated that most hotels across the destination will end the year with less than half-empty occupancy levels, as uncertainty in the hospitality market continues.
Opening on October 1st , Expo 2020 will celebrate 50 years of remarkable progress, and showcase the nation’s ambitions and aspirations for the future to the world.
As the United Arab Emirates celebrates its 49th national day, Expo 2020 Dubai is joining in the spirit of optimism, hope and shared purpose.