Bartlomiej Mart, general manager at Ascott Rafal Olaya Riyadh tells Breaking Travel News how he has reshaped operations in response to the Covid-19 pandemic
As the official partner country of ITB India, the Saudi Tourism Authority will showcase an array of current tourism offerings and destination highlights as well as the exciting new developments.
The multi-project agreement includes the country and territory’s first Renaissance Hotel, the world’s largest Aloft Hotel and a Courtyard by Marriott in the Holy City of Makkah.
Source water is produced using solar technology that draws pure water vapor out of the air and converts it to drinking water. Water harvesting and bottling will generate zero carbon.
Alula Old Town has welcomed its first visitors back after a three-year hiatus for extensive restoration and conservation in sections of tightly packed stone and mudbrick buildings.
The Saudi Tourism Authority has opened a commercial office for the UK and Ireland as part of its strategy to engage the tourism trade in key source markets.
The property is currently undergoing a guestroom and public area renovation scheduled for completion in late 2021, after which it will be rebranded as Mandarin Oriental Al Faisaliah, Riyadh.
The company has awarded a contract to Gartner for the provision of technology procurement advisory services. The latter will provide insights and advice on licensinga and technology customisation.
The Saudi Tourism Authority has launched ‘Journeys in Arabia,’ an exclusive online event curated especially for travel trade partners around the globe.
Saudi crown prince, Mohammed bin Salman, has launched the Coral Bloom concept at the heart of the Red Sea Project – designed by architectural firm Foster + Partners.
The development has awarded contracts to Saudi company Al Bawani and Swiss firm Blumer Lehmann to support the work of its luxury hotels and resorts.