The partnership will enable hoteliers to provide them with the best possible services, based on their needs, to enhance the guest experience throughout their travel journey.
TAP Air Portugal has marked an historic point in its 74-year history. With the arrival of its latest A330neo – CS-TUI, which has been named King Afonso Henriques – the company has 100 aircraft in its fleet for the first time.
With Cendyn having been recognised as the World’s Leading Hotel CRM Technology Provider, the company is at the forefront of this rapidly emerging sector. Here Casey Munck, director of marketing for the company in the Americas, explores what might come next in this dynamic field.
This year, Forte Village will launch a brand-new sports academy dedicated to synchronised swimming. Coached by world champion Manila Flamini, the five-day academy is designed to increase individuals’ technique through water work and athletic training.
There are numerous luxurious Ramadan tents in Abu Dhabi from which to choose, all offering traditional delicacies and extravagant décor. However, for those guests looking for a superlative iftar experience, there is only one choice, and that is Emirates Palace’s Ramadan tent by the sea.
Having hosted the World Travel Awards Middle East Gala Ceremony, Don Strickler, general manager of Warner Bros. World Abu Dhabi, tells Breaking Travel News how the event has put the destination on the hospitality map. Having been open for just a few months, he also tells us how the location is being received by guests.
Recognised with the title of Middle East’s Leading Waterpark at the World Travel Awards for the second year in success, Breaking Travel News here asks Leander de Wit, general manager of Yas Waterworld, how it feels to have taken the top title.
With more than a dozen hotels set to open in the Middle East over the coming year, Kevork Deldelian, chief operating officer of Millennium Hotels & Resorts in the region, here tells Breaking Travel News which markets excite him the most. Having seen Millennium properties recognised with a series of World Travel Awards, he also tells us how the titles will help the company welcome more guests to its hotels.
Timothy Kelly, managing director of Atlantis the Palm and Royal Atlantis Resorts & Residences, tells Breaking Travel News how this icon of Middle Eastern hospitality strives to continually improve. Having been recognised with a total of five World Travel Awards, he also tells us how the prestigious trophies further develop the reputation of the hotel.
With the World Travel Awards Africa & Indian Ocean Gala Ceremony set to visit the destination for the first time next month, Anil Gyan, minister of tourism for Mauritius, here tells us about his ambitions for the event. Speaking in Dubai at Arabian Travel Market, he also shares that the people of Mauritius are the secret to its tourism success.