Breaking Travel News chats with Benjamin Ackhurst, hotel manager, Mandarin Oriental Jumeira, Dubai, as the hotel is recognised as one of the best-in-the-business by voters at the World Travel Awards
Sofitel Dubai the Palm Resort & Spa general manager, Christophe Schnyder, tells Breaking Travel News winning a series of trophies at the World Travel Awards would provide an excellent springboard to welcome guests this year
VisitPortugal has launched an inspiring message to travellers from the United Kingdom in the form of a YouTube video which calls for a focus on responsible and sustainable tourism in 2021.
Timothy Kelly, managing director at Atlantis, the Palm, reveals all about renovations taking place across the property, developments at the waterpark and plans to vaccinate employees against Covid-19
Breaking Travel News here takes a look back at the life of Gordon ‘Butch’ Stewart – the award-winning hotelier and larger than life character who died earlier in the United States at the age of 79
Preliminary statistics from the Jamaica Tourist Board show that for the period December 22nd-28th, just over 21,000 passengers arrived on the island from around the world.
International tourists, residents and travellers from selected destinations, flying with Etihad Airways, will be allowed to enter the emirate without the need to self-isolate for 14-days.
Long considered an industry leader in the Middle East, Etihad Airways has been recognised with a series of top accolades by voters at the World Travel Awards. Here Breaking Travel News finds out more about what separates the carrier from its competition in global aviation
The tourism sector in Jamaica has received a boost with the addition of a new adventure park in Sandy Bay, Lucea. The US$2 million facility has been developed by Chukka Caribbean Adventures.
From historic and traditional experiences to modern-day escapades, this fast-growing destination offers countless experiences all leading to untold tales and adventure. Here we find out more
Delphina hotels & resorts has been recognised with a series of top titles at the World Travel Awards – including being honoured as Italy’s Leading Hotel Group.
Minister of tourism, Edmund Bartlett, has outlined a renewed five-year plan to achieve five million visitors, US$5 billion in earnings and the employment of 200,000 Jamaicans in the tourism sector.