Holiday Inn Resort Dead Sea, a luxury property in Jordan, has appointed Emmanuel Stavrakakis as its new general manager.
A German national, Stavrakakis enjoys over 20 years of experience in the hotels and hospitality sector. His c
Hilton Dead Sea Resort & Spa and King Hussein Bin Talal Convention Centre managed by Hilton have welcomed Elias J. Moukarzel as the new general manager.
Moukarzel brings with him a wealth of experience in the hospitality indus
Crowne Plaza Jordan Dead Sea Resort & Spa, a luxurious hotel in the Middle Eastern country, has undergone major refurbishment across most of its facilities as part of efforts to provide guests premium hotel services.
Holiday Inn Resort Dead Sea, a luxury property in Jordan, has become one of the first hotels in Asia, Middle East & Africa to complete the top level of InterContinental Hotels Group’s (IHG) Green Engage, the hotel’s environmental
Mövenpick Resort & Spa Dead Sea has been named among the top 10 spas worldwide by a leading magazine.
Premier Traveler magazine has praised the spa for its outstanding service and innovative treatments, a statement said.
Amer Group, a leading Egyptian development company with the tourism and entertainment sectors, is set to launch the implementation phase the Porto Dead Sea project, estimated to cost JD800 million ($1.1 billion) overall and JD60 million for th
Warwick International Hotels, a global hospitality chain, recently opened a new resort in Jordan, the Winter Valley Warwick Resort & Spa, on the shores of Dead Sea.
Jordan’s Princess Basma bint Talal was welcomed by the
Holiday Inn Resort Dead Sea has announced that it has implemented wireless internet across the whole resort, in its efforts to always provide guests with the best services and facilities.
Guests can now have access to internet in
Jordan said it will be hosting the high-profile World Economic Forum (WEF) on Middle East and North Africa in May next year. The meeting will convene over 1,000 participants from government, business, civil society and academia.
Iraq plans to slash its budget deficit by two-thirds in the next three years by raising oil production and allowing more private sector involvement in the state-dominated economy, Finance Minister Rafie Al Essawi said on Saturday.