Analysts at Lodging Econometrics (LE) state in the 2019 year-end report that the hotel construction pipeline in the Middle East stands at 618 projects/178,384 rooms, compared to 622 projects/181,813 rooms at the end of 2018.
Millennium Hotels & Resorts Middle East has been ranked first in terms of current and upcoming Middle East room supply, ahead of 16 competing brands and operators, according to a recent study by Smith Travel Research (STR).
With Expo 2020 on the horizon and the Middle East continuing to represent high growth potential for the travel industry, delegates from the region are heading to WTM London 2019, taking place November 04 – 06, looking to achieve an even greater share of the multi-billion-dollar international travel market.
Millennium Hotels & Resorts has announced the promotion of Kevork Deldelian to chief executive officer for the Middle East and Africa region effective immediately.
Latest figures from the Ministry of Tourism, Maldives (MMPRC) have shown that the destination saw a 19,7 percent increase in the number of travellers from the Middle East who visited in the first six months of the current year when compared with the same period in 2018.
Millennium Hotels & Resorts MEA, one of the fastest-growing regional hotel management companies in the Middle East and Africa, is driving the growth of the Saudi hospitality sector with its ambitious plan to open new hotels across the kingdom to add to its growing portfolio.
Radisson Hotel Group is proud to announce the promotion of Katharina van Beugen-Mayr to Regional public relations and communications manager Middle East.
Travelport, a leading travel commerce platform, announced it has appointed Kerry Koutsikos as managing director of the Middle East and Africa (MEA).
Tourism Ireland has teamed up with dnata Travel, one of the Middle East’s biggest travel companies, to grow visitor numbers from the UAE to the island of Ireland.
In July, hotels in the Middle East saw occupancy increase 5.8 percent to 59 percent while ADR decreased 5.8 percent to USD125.07 and RevPAR dipped 0.3 percent to USD73.82.