UAE-based hospitality company Time Hotels has appointed Mahmoud Al Zaibak as director of business development.
A graduate of the Damascus State University, Syrian national Al Zaibak, has over 17 years’ corporate hospitality
Majid Al Futtaim, a leading shopping mall, communities, retail and leisure pioneer, has launched a new regional marketing campaign designed to inspire people to spend more quality time with loved ones.
The campaign is based on an
Dubai-based hospitality company Time Hotels plans to add a fourth Time Residence to its expanding UAE portfolio of serviced apartments with the launch of the first of two properties in Ajman this March.
Palm 1 TIME Residence will
Time Hotels, a leading hospitality group based in the UAE, has added two new senior executives to its management team.
Spanish national Guzman Muela takes over the management reins at flagship property Time Oak Hotel & Suites,
The global deployment of Radio Frequency Identification (RFID) technology, which can accurately track passengers’ baggage in real time across key points in the journey, can enable the air transport industry to save more than $3 billion ove
UAE-headquartered Time Hotels has appointed Laurent Barelier as its new corporate director of revenue management and e-distribution as the company looks to develop its strategy and implement growth plans.
A graduate of the America
UAE-based hospitality company Time Hotels Management has added another environmental accolade to its growing roster of achievements with the announcement of its first Green Key status for all hotels and hotel apartments across the groups’
Saudi Arabia's foreign minister said on Tuesday that if Syrian President Bashar Al Assad did not abide with efforts to establish a truce across Syria country, alternatives would need to be looked at.
"We believe we should
UAE-headquartered Time Hotels Management is expanding its hospitality portfolio in the region with the opening of O’Learys US sports-themed restaurant on Dubai’s Sheikh Zayed Road, opposite Noor Bank metro station.
A new study conducted by Time Hotels has revealed that the next generation of travellers, the Generation Z, has a higher preference for traditional holiday experiences over 24/7 information and technology access.
The UAE-headquartered T