InterContinental Hotels Group (IHG) has recently opened HUALUXE Zhangjiakou, its 300th hotel in Greater China.
Novel International Group, a Shanghai-based investment company, has recently unveiled plans to partner with Al Marjan Island to acquire 6.7ha of land for a luxury project on the man-made island.
With the approaching Arabian Travel Market (ATM) taking place at Dubai World Trade Centre from April 24 – 27, the UAE looks to attract more Chinese visitors with a vision to reach 265 percent growth by 2021.
Hard Rock Hotels International has revealed its expansion plans to China by opening the first Hard Rock Hotel in Shenzhen.
The Ascott has secured contracts to manage six properties with more than 1,200 apartment units in China.
On December 09, Oman Air launched its inaugural flight to Guangzhou, China, with four weekly services.
Park Hyatt Hangzhou opened in Hangzhou, East China. The 242-room residence is inspired with the rich nature, culture, history and artistry that are elements shaped by its location.
China is one of the most successful examples of how the prioritisation of travel and tourism in government policy can drive higher incomes and more jobs, according to David Scowsill, president, World Travel & Tourism Council (WTTC).
In its China Current Market Outlook, Boeing projects a demand for 6,810 new airplanes, worth USD1.025 trillion, in the Asian country, over the next two decades.