Recognised by voters as United Arab Emirates’ Leading Family Resort by the World Travel Awards, Timur Ilgaz, general manager at The Cove Rotana Resort, Ras Al Khaimah, tells Breaking Travel News what it is that separates the property from its competitors in the region.
Breaking Travel News speaks to Guy Hutchinson, chief operating officer with Rotana Hotels & Resorts, about its expansion plans in the Middle East and wider world. Also on the agenda at Arabian Travel Market is the recent recognition of the company as the Middle East’s Leading Hotel Brand by the World Travel Awards.
Fortifying its pre-eminent position in Abu Dhabi’s thriving tourism and hospitality sector, Rotana has officially inaugurated the highly anticipated Pearl Rotana hotel at the popular business district, Capital Centre.
Omer Kaddouri, chief executive of Abu Dhabi-based Rotana Hotels, speaks to Breaking Travel News at ITB Berlin. Up for discussion are the company’s recent expansion in the United Arab Emirates, its growing portfolio of brands, and ambitions for the year ahead.
Rotana has announced the appointment of industry veteran Declan Hurley as its new corporate vice president of sales. With over 25 years of experience in the hospitality industry, Hurley has demonstrated both his leadership skills and passion for driving high-performing teams by achieving excellent business results.
RSG International has signed a management agreement with Rotana, one of the leading hotel management companies in the region with the hotels across the Middle East, for a new four-star hotel in Dubai. The property will be located at a prime location on Sheikh Zayed Road, Jebel Ali Central, next to UAE Exchange Metro Station.
Breaking Travel News talks to Omer Kaddouri, president, Rotana at World Travel Market 2016. Rotana is making strong headway with its ambitious vision of operating 100 hotels by 2020. Here Kaddouri discusses the group’s robust development pipeline in 2017 and shares details regarding a number of new openings in the year to come.
Towers Rotana Dubai, the leading four-star hotel located on the city’s prominent Sheikh Zayed Road, has completed a comprehensive renovation and reconstruction of its forty new luxurious apartments, reports Phil Blizzard from Dubai. Guests choosing to stay a longer term in Dubai can now stay in the newly exhilarating and chic urban furnished hotel apartments with all the advantages of hotel living.
With Rotana working to bolster its position in the Middle East as it continues to develop further afield, Breaking Travel News’ editor Chris O’Toole here sits down with chief executive Omer Kaddour to discuss the current director of the brand. Also on the agenda is Rotana’s plan to grow the number of properties it operates to 100 by 2020.
Mohamad Haj Hassan, Area Vice President—Saudi Arabia, Iraq and Sudan - Al Marwa Rayhaan by Rotana
Rotana has its footprint in one of the Middle East’s most promising emerging markets with the opening of its second property in Iraq in Karbala. The Karbala Rayhaan by Rotana is the first five-star hotel to open in Karbala, one of the country’s largest tourist cities, which annually attracts more than 12 million visitors.
Omer Kaddouri, chief operating officer, Rotana Hotels, speaks to Breaking Travel News at World Travel Market 2013 at Excel, London.