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IN A STEP TO FURTHER DEVELOP THE SECTOR AS A MAIN CONTRIBUTOR TO THE NATIONAL ECONOMY, BAHRAIN LAUNCHED ITS NEW TOURISM IDENTITY UNDER THE SLOGAN OURS. YOURS.

Gloria Downtown Hotel Abu Dhabi has been unveiled, becoming the third property in the UAE under the Gloria Hotels & Resorts umbrella. Nestled in the centre of the city, the four-star property combines comfort and entertainment,

Lausanne Tourism signed a global sales agreement with dnata at the recently-held Arabian Travel Market (ATM). The organisation used the event to promote the Swiss city as an attractive destination for tourism, leisure as well as business.

Al Khoory Hotels announced the upcoming launch of the 227-unit Al Khoory Atrium Hotel Al Barsha for July, along with plans to open 1,100 three- and four-star rooms by 2019.

The Ministry of Culture and Tourism of Azerbaijan conducted successful road shows and gala dinners in Qatar and in Kuwait. The initiative was aimed at strengthening relations between the country and the GCC states by further

In January and February, Egypt Tourism Authority (ETA) registered a six percent year-on-year boost in inbound travellers from Saudi Arabia, with the figure reaching 59,000.

Currently we are focussing more on [...] MICE. “Abu Dhabi is not the only city where the oil price dropping reflected on the hospitality field but [this has also affected] Dubai and other major cities in the GCC,

According to Walid Al-Awa, general manager, Tamani Marina Hotel, Dubai, the establishment witnessed an increased demand from all GCC countries during the first quarter of the year.

KLM introduced its new Boeing 787-9 Dreamliner on the Abu Dhabi – Muscat daily route, with the Omani capital becoming the third GCC destination to be served by the aircraft. With a total capacity of 294 passengers, the plane offers fully-flat seats,

Profit per room at properties in Kuwait City showed a 15.7 percent year-on-year plunge in January, led by a 5.9 percent decrease in RevPAR, to USD118.66, as interest for