The campaign reinforces the feeling of belonging and shows the diversity that exists in this region, which offers experiences, landscapes, culture, gastronomy and memories for an unparalleled trip.
American Cruise Lines has signed contracts with Chesapeake Shipbuilding of Salisbury to build two more modern riverboats in 2022. The new builds will be the fifth and sixth in the modern series.
With the property having been nominated as the Middle East’s Leading New Hotel by the World Travel Awards, Breaking Travel News here sits down with ME Dubai general manager, Charles Clark, to find out more about this one-of-a-kind hotel
Delphina hotels & resorts has launched a new high-end selection of accommodations as the company prepares for the resumption of tourism in northern Sardinia.
François Gaillard, chief executive of OnlyLyon Tourisme, shares his city’s pragmatic solutions to tackling the challenges set by Covid-19, and its roadmap to get back on track this summer
Peru has been hard hit by Covid-19, but with cases now falling and vaccination rates picking up, thoughts are turning to the reopening of the tourism sector. Here Breaking Travel News speaks to Amora Carbajal, executive director with tourist board Promperú, about how the country plans to bounce back from the most challenging of years
Seasoned hotelier Michael Koth has been appointed as general manager of Emirates Palace in Abu Dhabi, capital of the United Arab Emirates. Here he tells Breaking Travel News about his plans for the coming year
The Brabazon, which opened at the Belfry over 40 years ago, has undergone several enhancements to bring it up to date with new technologies and to make it more challenging.
One of the top travel destinations and already a popular city escape known for its World Heritage architecture, history, mouth-watering cuisine and shopping, Lisbon is also home to golden Atlantic beaches.
Raki Phillips, chief executive of the Ras Al Khaimah Tourism Development Authority, tells Breaking Travel News about a series of sustainable investments in the emirate’s hospitality sector during Arabian Travel Market.
João Fernandes, president of Algarve Tourism, said: “We are obviously delighted with the news that Portugal will be on the green list, and are very ready to welcome British visitors to the Algarve.”
JA Resorts & Hotels is celebrating 40-years of operation in the United Arab Emirates, having first opened both the JA Hatta Fort Hotel and JA Beach Hotel at Jebel Ali Beach in 1981.