WITH THE KUWAITI GOVERNMENT PLANNING TO INVEST USD1 BILLION INTO DEVELOPING TOURISM, THE COUNTRY IS ON THE VERGE OF A TRANSFORMATION.
The GCC Roadshow for Seychelles Tourism Board took place in Dubai, Abu Dhabi, Bahrain and Kuwait, during October 08 – 11. The roadshow was arranged by the destinations Dubai office.
The UAE sets exemplary standards through its efforts to become the world’s friendliest place for the disabled, according to representatives of disability centres in the GCC.
AS QATAR AIMS TO DIVERSIFY ITS SOURCE MARKETS, THOMAS FEHLBIER, AREA GENERAL MANAGER, QATAR, BANANA ISLAND RESORT DOHA BY ANANTARA, REVEALS HOW ITS LUXURY OFFERING ATTRACTS GUESTS FROM ALL CORNERS OF THE GLOBE.
QATAR’S TOURISM INDUSTRY IS UNDERGOING A PERIOD OF RAPID TRANSFORMATION. DYAN ANDRADO, MANAGER, MANNAI HOLIDAYS, DESCRIBES WHAT MAKES THE COUNTRY UNIQUE AND REVEALS SOME OF THE HIGHLIGHTS THAT TRAVELLERS HAVE TO LOOK FORWARD TO.
Ahead of The MICE Arabia and Luxury Travel Congress on February 27 – 28, 2018, which will be held in Dubai, organiser QnA International has highlighted the potential of the outbound Middle Eastern market.
IN LIGHT OF THE ACCELERATED TRAFFIC GROWTH PREDICTED FOR MENA AIRPORTS IN THE COMING YEARS, HUBS IN THE REGION ARE INVESTING TO FURTHER IMPROVE SAFETY AND SECURITY WITHOUT IMPOSING UNNECESSARY BURDENS ON TRAVELLERS.
IDENTIFYING MICE AS A VALUABLE SEGMENT FOR THE HOSPITALITY INDUSTRY, JORDANIAN HOTELIERS HAVE BEEN INVESTING IN DEVELOPMENT OF MODERN FACILITIES AND WORLD-CLASS SERVICES TO ATTRACT THE BURGEONING SEGMENT.
After signing a hotel management agreement with Al Manzil Hospitality Group, Dusit International unveiled plans to open dusitD2 Seef Bahrain, a contemporary leisure and business hotel, marking the group’s debut in the country.
THANKS TO CHANGES ACROSS THE COUNTRY AND REGION, TRAVEL TO LEBANON IS LOOKING UP. CAROLINE CHEMALY WAKIM, GENERAL MANAGER, THE BAYVIEW HOTEL, OFFERS UNIQUE INSIGHT INTO LEBANON'S TOURISM LANDSCAPE.