Bahrain is planning a major overhaul of its hospitality industry with plans to introduce the new categorisation of hotels in October, said a report.
The Tourism Directorate will announce the new roadmap as part or plans to revamp
Dubai’s hotels welcomed more than 5.8 million tourists in the first half of 2014 –the highest number of visitors achieved in the first six months of a year.
Revenues for hoteliers and hotel apartment operators saw sign
More than 40 hotels across seven brands of Marriott International in the Middle East and Africa will offer Marriott’s mobile check-in and check-out feature, said the president of the global hospital company.
The brands inclu
Bahraini hoteliers have stressed the urgent need to set up diversified entertainment projects to move out of stagnation and boredom witnessed during Eid holidays and other occasions.
They called for family-oriented tourism to attract Gu
Bahrain’s four-star hotels reported up to 75 per cent occupancy rates yesterday (July 28) as an influx of visitors from GCC countries gave a fresh impetus to the kingdom’s hospitality industry.
Holidaymakers filled mal
The luxurious Conrad Hotels & Resorts, Westminster is expected to welcome guests beginning in September 2014, following a franchise agreement with Supreme Hotels.
The hotel will join the Hilton Worldwide portfolio of 23
The Middle East/Africa hotel region has 614 hotels under contract totalling 143,870 rooms, according to the June 2014 STR Global Construction Pipeline Report.
The under contract data includes projects in the in-construction, final
Dubai Holding, the investment vehicle of the emirate's ruler, will need Dh25 billion ($6.8 billion) to build an entertainment district that will include the world's largest shopping mall, its chief executive said on Tuesday.
With a steady increase in the flow of tourists into Oman fuelling growth in Muscat’s luxury hotel sector, there is a significant opportunity for mid-range hotels to cater for a gap in the market, according to real estate consultancy Clutto
Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates are leading the Middle East region in rooms under contract, according to data from STR Global.
The Middle East overall is the fasted growing region in the world, with 99,199 rooms un