Radisson Hotel Group has announced the opening of the Radisson Blu Hotel & Residence, Riyadh Diplomatic Quarter in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia.
Hamad International Airport (HIA) participated in the Passenger Terminal Expo 2019 (PTE), the world’s leading international airport conference and exhibition, which took place in London on 26, 27, and 28 March .
One of the leading regional event for the luxury travel industry, ILTM Latin America 2019 will this year welcome more of the most productive agents from Brazil and Latin America than even before, including many new faces.
UAE-headquartered TIME Hotels has announced the opening of its new Central Reservations Office (CRO) in Egypt as part of the company’s overall growth strategy to expand its footprint across the Middle East and North Africa.
More than 63 percent of the 89 million passengers who passed through Dubai airport in 2018 were in transit with just eight percent of these passengers leaving the airport to explore the emirate, according to the latest Colliers International data published by Reed Travel Exhibitions ahead of Arabian Travel Market (ATM) 2019, which takes place at Dubai World Trade Centre between April 28 – May 01.
H.R.H. Mishaal bin Majed bin Abdul Aziz, governor, Jeddah, attended the official opening of The Hotel Galleria By Elaf, in the presence of a number of dignitaries.
Princess Cruises has published images of its recently-announced interactive top-deck area, The Reef Family Splash Zone, which will open on the 3,140-guest Caribbean Princess ship.
For the third consecutive year, InterContinental Hotels Group (IHG) Cairo Citystars has received the Best Employer Award from the Egyptian Chamber of Human Resources Management during the Chamber’s fifth annual Misr HRians conference.
Hampton by Hilton, the largest brand in the Hilton portfolio, continues to lead the way in the upper-midscale segment, closing out the fourth quarter of 2018 with dozens of new openings around the world and the largest pipeline in brand history.
Travel and tourism in Africa is booming, growing 5,6 percent in 2018 compared to the global average of 3,9 percent and the broader African economy rate of 3,2 percent. This places Africa as the second-fastest growing tourism region behind only Asia-Pacific.