Hilton will once again be welcoming guests to the Tunisian capital city of Tunis from after a landmark deal was signed with the Groupe Alliance.
Dubai recently hosted a meeting between the UAE’s Ministry of Economy and H.E. Salma Al Lumi Al Raqeeq, minister, tourism and handicrafts, Tunisia.
FOLLOWING A COUPLE OF CHALLENGING YEARS, TUNISIA IS LOOKING TO DIVERSIFY ITS SELECTION BY DEVELOPING ALTERNATIVE FORMS OF TOURISM, CAPITALISING ON A RENEWED SENSE OF STABILITY.
Ahmed Khalaf has assumed the position of general manager of Four Seasons Hotel Tunis, which is scheduled to open by the end of this year.
SO FAR, LEBANON WELCOMED A POSITIVE START TO THE YEAR, YASMINE EID MAALOUF, GENERAL MANAGER, RAMADA DOWNTOWN BEIRUT, PROVIDES AN UPDATE ON THE COUNTRY’S ALL IMPORTANT TOURISM INDUSTRY.
Following its recent debut in Tunisia with the launch of two properties, Deutsche Hospitality is continuing to pursue its robust growth in North Africa with the opening of Steigenberger Hotel Palace Marhaba.
In a bid to expand its portfolio in the North African region, BlueBay Hotels has recently added a second address in Tunisia, following the launch of Le Royal Hotels and Resorts – Hammamet in 2016.
Air Malta is reconnecting Malta to North Africa following the restart of scheduled services between the islands and Tunis Carthage Airport as of June 26.
Following extensive renovation works which concluded in April, Deutsche Hospitality now offers two hotels in the Tunisian destination of Sousse.