As the company prepares to unveil a new innovation hub for the eco-lodge sector, Breaking Travel News talks to Paul Gardiner, chief executive of Mantis Collection, at World Travel Market in London. He gives us the latest, while also granting us a sneak peak of a new franchise model being developed for launch next year.
The Chobe Princesses has debuted a range of stunning new updates and refurbishments. Classic like their matriarch, with a touch of fun, the Chobe Princesses offer an intimate picturesque safari experience.
Having signed a partnership with the Rad al Khaimah Tourism Development Authority to bring the Bear Grylls Survival Academy to the United Arab Emirates, Paul Gardiner here explains the significance of the decision to Breaking Travel News during the Arabian Travel Market in Dubai.
Accor is seeking to fast-track its development plans in Africa, leveraging its expanded portfolio to consolidate its leadership position in the north and west of the continent. The France-based group is taking a leading role in Africa’s evolving hospitality landscape.
The Siringit Serengeti Camp is nestled in the heart of the Serengeti National Park in northern Tanzania. Guests are accommodated in eight 45-square-metre canvas tents, as well as a two-bedroom family tent for up to six people.
Having just signed for a new tented camp property in the mountains of Ras al Khaimah, Adrian Gardnier, founder of Mantis Collection, tells us more about the deal during the Arabian Hotel Investment Conference. Also on the agenda is a recent deal with Accor and the global ambitions it has given the company.
Having announced an exciting new tented camp project in Ras al Khaimah, Breaking Travel News catches up with Mantis Group UK managing director, John Hanna, to find out more. He tells us how important the tourism sector is to the rapidly growing emirate and his ambitions for the new project.
Earlier this year AccorHotels struck strategic partnership with the South Africa-based Mantis Group. Here Breaking Travel News editor Chris O’Toole chats with Philippe Baretaud, the newly appointed chief executive of Mantis, to see what the partnership means for the company and its operations around the world
Picking up the trophy for World’s Leading Villa Collection at the World Travel Awards on behalf of Mantis Owners Collection, Dino da Silva tells Breaking Travel News what the honour means to the company.
Mantis Collection chairman Adrian Gardiner speaks to Breaking Travel News as the company is recognised with the title of Africa’s Leading Boutique Hotel Brand at the World Travel Awards. With Accor having recently taken a 50 per cent stake in the company, newly installed chief executive, Philippe Baretaud, also tells us how the integration of the two organisations is progressing.