With the Dubai hospitality market reawakening after the Covid-19-enforced slowdown, travellers are looking for something special to blow away the cobwebs. Here Breaking Travel News takes a look at some of the top-rated villas and private residences on the Palm Jumeriah – the perfect destination for the discerning holidaymaker
Following early signs of a recovery in the hospitality sector and the continued easing of Covid-19 lockdown restrictions in China, Kempinski Hotels has reopened all its hotels in the country.
As some hotels under the flag begin to reopen, the company said the new standards will keep properties in line with regional health and safety regulations as they evolve.
With so much on offer it can be a challenge to keep up with the best culinary options on offer on the Palm Jumeirah. Here Breaking Travel News takes a tour of the best-of-the-best
With some of the most exclusive locations anywhere in the world on offer on the Palm Jumeirah, Breaking Travel News here takes a glimpse of where the global elite stay
As part of a deal with 12. 18. Group, the Schloss Roxburghe in Scotland and the Schloss Fleesensee in the heart of the Mecklenburg Lake District will operate as Schloss Fleesensee Kempinski and Schloss Roxburghe Kempinski.
Home to a dazzling around of luxury hospitality, the Palm Jumeirah is also an epicentre for spa travel in the Middle East. Here Breaking Travel News takes a look at what is on offer in this Arabian Gulf destination
Situated within the newly developed Sindhorn Village in the upscale Langsuan neighbourhood and just steps away from the verdant Lumphini Park, the hotel is poised to redefine luxury hospitality in the most visited city in the world.
Kempinski chief executive Martin Smura has unveiled plans for two new hotels in China, both to be based at Universal Beijing Resort. The Universal Studios Grand Hotel and the NUO Resort Hotel – Universal Beijing Resort are designed to be destinations unto themselves.
Inspired by the legendary Art Deco style of the 1930s, its 162 comfortable guestrooms are stylishly appointed with bright accents, clean lines and contemporary furnishings.
Wafik Youssef has been appointed vice president operations, Middle East & Africa at Kempinski Hotels. He takes over from his predecessor, Michael Sorgenfrey.
Richard Appelbaum joins the urban resort palace on its private island in the lagoon of Venice from Istanbul, where he held the position as chief executive officer Divan Group.