Swiss-Belhotel International, a global hospitality management chain, has further expanded its Indonesian portfolio with the launch of Swiss-Belresidences Rasuna Epicentrum, the group’s seventh hotel in Jakarta.
Amadeus hosted its second football tournament for members of the travel industry in Oman, with National Travel and Tourism (NTT) emerging as the triumphant team.
Following the highly anticipated announcement of Gather by JW – the brand’s immersive epicurean and mindful experience this September – JW Marriott unveiled ‘Gather by JW’ Marriott Bonvoy Moments exclusive for members.
These bookable packages, available to bid on now through May 01, will allow Marriott Bonvoy members the opportunity to indulge their inner foodie through thoughtfully curated and unforgettable experiences, including masterclasses, with top names in the culinary world.
Gather by JW, JW Marriott’s second annual festival in Venice, will take place from September 26 – 29, at the enchanting JW Marriott Venice Resort & Spa, located on the private island of Isola delle Rose.
The weekend will bring together an incredible roster of culinary, beverage, and mindfulness experts to curate an immersive experience that celebrates gathering, being present, Marriott Bonvoy Moments Masterclasses led by award-winning culinary legends and wine aficionados, and of course, food and wine. Talent includes Fabio Trabocchi, Giada De Laurentiis, Ciccio Sultano, Angela Hartnett, Jonathan Waxman, Ray Isle, Anthony Giglio, and more.
Botswana’s travel and tourism economy grew 3,4 percent to exceed USD2,5 billion in 2018, and now contributes nearly one in every seven dollars in the country’s economy, according to the World Travel & Tourism Council (WTTC) annual review of the economic impact and social importance of the sector.
Amman’s iconic hotel recently hosted a media tour of the capital as part of its push to promote Jordan as a fabulous destination.
Marriott International announced it expects to add 19 new properties and more than 3,000 rooms to its Middle East and Africa (MEA) portfolio in this year.
Asa Hutchinson, governor, Arkansas, signed Arkansas Act 650 of 2019 making Arkansas the second state to make it legal for people travelling by bicycle through the state to treat stop signs as yields and red lights as stop signs.
Marriott International Hotels Group recently announced the appointment of Pedro Rodriguez Madrigal as the hotel manager of Al Manara, A Luxury Collection Hotel, Saraya Aqaba.
Oryx Rotana Doha in partnership with BIKE, the Qatari start-up operating in the bike rental industry at Al Bidda Park, took part in the 2019 Earth Hour celebration.
The number of international visitors to the ASEAN region is expected to grow at a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 4,72 percent from 129,2 million in 2018 to 155,4 million in 2022, says GlobalData, a leading data and analytics company.