As the Middle Eastern hospitality community emerges from the Covid-19 pandemic, Breaking Travel News editor Chris O’Toole has led an expert panel to examine the impact of the outbreak on the business travel market.
Hutchinson praised governments in the Middle East, frontline healthcare professionals and other key workers for their decisive response to the global crisis, and urged the public to adhere to social distancing guidelines during the holy month of Ramadan
Rotana has taken over the management of Damac Towers Arjaan by Rotana in Riyadh, with the property set to open in early April. The announcement follows a partnership signed between the company and Damac Hotels & Resorts last year.
Making its first foray into the Moroccan hospitality sector, Rotana has signed a management agreement to operate the Palmeraie Resort in Marrakech. The hotel will open under its new name, Palmeraie Rotana Resort.
With 30 years of experience working in the hospitality industry, Guy Hutchinson joined Rotana as chief operating officer in early 2014. Previously, he served various roles with Hilton Worldwide in markets as diverse as Japan, Australia, China, India and the UAE.
Conveniently located in the MNF Square complex in Dar es Salaam’s central business district, the property offers 253 keys – including 60 fully-furnished and serviced apartments.
With a new property opening in Bosnia & Herzegovina capital Sarajevo earlier this year, Guy Hutchinson, acting chief executive with Rotana Hotels & Resorts, here tells us about the company’s global ambitions.
Rotana is presenting its diverse collection of hotels at World Travel Market London. Taking place this week at ExCeL London convention, the event provides Rotana with an outstanding platform for engagement with key stakeholders, partners and customers in the UK market.
As Bosnia & Herzegovina’s first-ever branded hotel apartments, Bosmal Arjaan by Rotana introduces a new concept to the country. The hotel offers the most spacious rooms in Sarajevo and is located within the nation’s tallest residential tower.
In this position, Craig Bruce will be responsible for overseeing the 879-unit luxury complex, managing its large operation and maintaining the unparalleled service and quality the hotel and its 14 restaurants are known for.