Sayed Tayoun joins InterContinental Hotels in Dubai Festival City as area director of sales and marketing.
Tayoun brings with him 15 years of hotelier experience and an extensive commercial background. A Lebanese national, he orig
InterContinental Hotels Group (IHG) has launched its new IHG Business Rewards promotion, offering members the opportunity to earn 50 per cent extra bonus points at participating IHG hotels worldwide.
As a way of thanking those who
InterContinental Dubai Marina has promoted Antje Sahling to the role of general manager from her previous role as hotel manager.
Bringing 15 years of brand knowledge and industry experience with her to the role, Sahling has served
InterContinental Jordan, a leading five-star hotel in the country, has announced the opening of its terrace for guests to enjoy the summer season and the irresistible weather.
In celebration of the new opening, the hotel hosted a
InterContinental Jordan has welcomed Ali Obeidat as the property's new director of sales and marketing.
Obeidat carries 14 years of experience in the world of hospitality, specifically in Jordan’s top five star hotels an
Ibrahim Al Sharif has been appointed as the new executive chef at the InterContinental Jordan, a leading five star hotel in the country.
A Jordanian national, Al Sharif's career span of 15 years has seen him working across man
InterContinental Hotels Group (IHG) is expecting to record more than 40 per cent growth across the Middle East in the next three to five years, with 25 new hotels in the pipeline.
Currently, the group operates 78 hotels in GCC, Le
Kingdom Hotel Investments (KHI), a wholly-owned subsidiary of the Saudi Arabian conglomerate Kingdom Holding Company (KHC), has sold its 100 per cent interest in the InterContinental Lusaka, Zambia, to a private company for $35.9 million.
InterContinental Jordan reached another milestone as the five-star luxury hotel celebrated its 53rd anniversary on March 15.
InterContinental Jordan first opened its doors in 1963 and had become ever since one of the most so
InterContinental Hotels Group, one of the world's largest hoteliers, has promised a special payout of $1.5 billion, even as strong demand across all its regions helped it post a rise in yearly profit, sending its shares up 4 per cent.