Travel & Hospitality

FEATURED REPORT...
Posted: 11-07-2011
UAE. Cluttons, the real estate specialist that has enjoyed a dedicated Middle Eastern presence since 1976, today announces its market report for Dubai’s Hospitality sector in Q2 2011. According to the report, Dubai’s hotel sector has benefited from the Emirate’s political stability within the Middle East region, with strong performance in occupancy levels and length of stay. With a total of 8.3 million visitors(1) in 2010, Dubai is still proving to be a popular and an attractive destination among tourists and visitors. Overall hotel occupancy in Q1 2011, peak-season for Dubai, av
Posted: May 18, 2019
LEBANON. A new addition to its fruitful portfolio.
Posted: May 17, 2019
BAHRAIN. Led by Executive Chef Yann Bernard Lejard, it marks the first Krug Ambassade in the Middle East and the fourth exclusive La Table Krug in the world.
Posted: May 15, 2019
OMAN. Industry veteran Karim Eldeghedy to support local businesses in building the future of travel through new digital solutions.
Posted: May 5, 2019
SAUDI ARABIA. A panel of experts has met at the SME Forum: "Riyadh's Lifestyle Transformation" to discuss the 4 Wellbeing Projects and to offer advice and suggestions on the US$23 billion initiative.
Posted: May 4, 2019
UAE. Expo to support up to 905,200 job-years in 2013-2031, EY economic impact study shows; Six months of World Expo to contribute approximately 1.5% of UAE annual GDP.
Posted: May 4, 2019
LEBANON. Chateau Rweiss won the global DWP ACE Wedding Property of the Year Award for the best and most beautiful wedding venue in the Middle East.
Posted: May 3, 2019
UAE. The hospitality arm of DAMAC Properties is set to deliver an additional 1,762 hotel residence units in 2019.
Posted: April 30, 2019
UAE. The Gulf region’s best projects have been revealed as winners were announced at the 2019 MEED Projects Awards, in association with Mashreq.
Posted: April 30, 2019
UAE. DAMAC's flagship luxury hotel apartment, DAMAC Towers Riyadh, to be operated as Arjaan Hotel Apartments by Rotana.
Posted: April 29, 2019
LONDON. ADNOC enters the Middle East 50 as the most valuable brand, valued at US$8.9bn; Etisalat Group remains the Most Valuable Portfolio of Brands exceeding US$10bn; SABIC up 6.5% to US$4.0bn although all eyes now on fellow Saudi giant ARAMCO; Emirates named strongest brand in region.
Posted: April 26, 2019
Montecito, CA. The iconic luxury getaway will reopen to showcase a stunning fresh look, coupled with the same beloved bespoke offerings and unmatched personal service.
Posted: April 26, 2019
UAE. The award recognizes the project for incorporating Schneider Electric's EcoStruxure Building solutions to boost operational and energy efficiency while not compromising the comfort of their guests.
Posted: April 26, 2019
UAE. Dubai's flag-carrier airline is the brand that consumers would feel most proud to work for; Apple moves up two places from last year and stands at second.
Posted: April 25, 2019
UAE. The award, which was presented by Dubai Airports CEO Paul Griffiths, was in recognition of the sustainability commitment of the group.
Posted: April 25, 2019
UAE. Landmark deal puts Coca-Cola at the heart of the entertainment industry in MENA region.

MIDDLE EAST BUSINESS COMMENT & ANALYSIS

date:Posted: May 20, 2019
INTERNATIONAL. With "all things digital", a generous amount of ambiguity and experimentation is always to be expected. But one thing seems fairly certain: big data will demand more of people, not less, as our digital epoch unfolds.
date:Posted: May 17, 2019
LONDON. The UAE is the best-known example of business-friendly reform in the MENA region; Many Western countries' instinct to protect and turn inwards, combined with a wider stagnation in the quality of Governance globally is acting as a brake on Economic Openness.
date:Posted: May 17, 2019
UAE. Ecosystems and open platforms create an economy of things; First Digital Trust Forum with international experts; "We need secure, open platforms and an internet in which users have the power to decide for themselves."
INTERNATIONAL. With "all things digital", a generous amount of ambiguity and experimentation is always to be expected. But one thing seems fairly certain: big data will demand more of people, not less, as our digital epoch unfolds.
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