Kempinski has sought to allay fears over working conditions at a property in Qatar after Liverpool FC reportedly decided not to stay there ahead of the upcoming Club World Cup.
Leading names from the golfing world are joining figureheads from the golf tourism industry at the St. Regis Saadiyat Island Resort, Abu Dhabi for the World Golf Awards
Building on their 20-year relationship, American Airlines and the Miami Heat have announced a multiyear partnership for the airline to serve as the team’s official carrier.
Former Formula 1 world champion Nico Rosberg has become a brand ambassador for Kempinski Hotels. A contract with the motor sport star was signed alongside Martin Smura, chief executive officer of Kempinski, during a ceremony at the Hotel Vier Jahreszeiten Kempinski in Munich.
Delegates at the Africa Hotel Investment Forum will have the chance to go running with the Ethiopian Olympic gold medallist and four-time World Championship title holder, Haile Gebrselassie.
Europcar Mobility Group UK has signed a new partnership to help its Europcar car rental brand reach a wider audience in the next couple of years. The new partnership will see Europcar become the official car and van rental partner for Fulham Football Club for the next two seasons.
Visit Tampa Bay has announced the renewal of its partnership with Norwich City football club, retaining its position as the club’s official destination partner as the team prepares to return to the Premier League.
Air New Zealand has launched a new safety video - Air All Blacks - in support of the team during its 2019 season and as they prepare for the World Cup in Japan next month.
West Ham United have extended their deal with Experience Kissimmee, securing the destination as the club’s official destination partner for another three years. Continuing to partner with Experience Kissimmee will allow fans to keep benefitting from special offers to the destination.
The Bahrain Tourism & Exhibitions Authority has officially announced the successful submersion of its 70-metre long decommissioned Boeing 747. The plane will become the centrepiece to the world’s largest underwater theme park, set to open in August.