The United Arab Emirates has welcomed another star property to its glittering constellation, as the St. Regis Downtown, Dubai opens for the first time. Here Breaking Travel News calls in for the night to find out more
With just days to go ahead of the opening of Dubai Expo 2020, the emirate is getting ready to welcome more than 190 countries and millions of visitors to the making of a new world.
IHG Hotels & Resorts and SRG Holding have opened the third Staybridge Suites hotel in the United Arab Emirates, Staybridge Suites Dubai Financial Centre.
Wyndham Hotels & Resorts is further expanding its international footprint with the opening of the newly built 131-room Days Hotel by Wyndham Dubai Deira.
Heralding the storied heritage of St. Regis, the hotel joins a dynamic global portfolio and brings the signature hallmarks of bespoke service, innovative design and exquisite experiences to the world-famous island and cosmopolitan city of Dubai.
Hyatt Hotels has revealed that Alila Hinu Bay in Oman is ready to welcome international guests for the first time, following the recent announcement of borders in Oman re-opening to tourists.
Choice Hotels Europe has repositioned itself as Choice Hotels EMEA as it continues its master license agreement with Seera Hospitality, a fully owned subsidiary of Seera Holding Group.
Ayman Gharib joined the Raffles team in 2009, bringing with him more than 20 years of hospitality experience and a deep understanding of the luxury hotel industry.
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.
The signing ceremony was held in the presence of Mostafa Madbouly, prime minister of Egypt, and Assem el Gazzar, minister of housing and development.
With all the final touches in place, the resort is already proving popular with national guests and is looking forward to welcoming international travellers as soon as border restrictions allow.