Royal Jordanian has inaugurated its first Boeing 787 Dreamliner flight from its base at Queen Alia International Airport in Amman to London Heathrow, UK.
President and CEO Nasser Lozi expressed RJ’s delight to have in its fleet th
DoubleTree by Hilton has celebrated the opening of the latest addition to its growing London portfolio – the DoubleTree by Hilton London – Islington - the brand’s 10th hotel in the capital area.
The new hotel is locate
Savills, a global real estate services provider, and Deloitte Real Estate have been jointly instructed to sell the iconic Gherkin, a 40-storey skyscraper in the heart of the financial district of London.
It follows the appointment
Momentum behind London's property boom appears to be fading, according to a survey on Thursday that added to signs that rapid house price growth in Britain is starting to moderate.
The Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors&
An exclusive property expo showcasing unique targeted properties of Dubai and other parts of the UAE will be held London next year.
Sumansa Exhibitions, a Dubai-based event’s organising company, announced the launch of the “
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
Dubai-based luxury chocolate and confectionery brand Delice has been launch at the most exclusive Chocolate Room in the world at Harrods’ London.
Delice has confirmed that the London-based luxury store will become the city&r
Producers of the first annual Arab Film and TV Awards (AFTVA) have announced the 25 awards categories that will honour the very best of Arab film and TV talent from around the world.
The award categories are: Best Film, Best Actress in
More and more investors from the Middle Eastern region are buying residential properties in prime areas of Central London, according to JLL, a leading real estate investment and advisory firm.
International residential developers
US drugmaker AbbVie raised its offer for London-listed hyperactivity and rare diseases specialist Shire to 30.1 billion pounds ($51.3 billion) on Tuesday, hoping to win over its reluctant target after three earlier offers were rejected.