Marriott Hotels is taking an unprecedented leap into the future of travel with Oculus Rift virtual reality technology, displaying the brand’s Teleporter this May at the Arabian Travel Market (ATM) in Dubai, UAE, as part of Marriott Hotels&
Geneva Tourism, one of Switzerland’s official tourist boards, has announced, its participation in the Arabian Travel Market (ATM), taking place in Dubai, UAE, next month.
Geneva Tourism has been associated with the GCC for m
XML Travelgate, a travel technology business based in Spain, is exhibiting at Arabian Travel Market in Dubai next month for the first time to kickstart its move into the Middle East and Asia.
CEO Pedro Brücher explained that the pr
The Coral Al Khobar Hotel in Saudi Arabia expects overall occupancy in the coming weeks to rise significantly following the sales teams’ aggressive campaign in various national and regional cities.
Michel H Mandrea, ge
The Armed Forces Officers Club & Hotel (AFOCH) in Abu Dhabi, UAE, is looking to reinforce its market presence and establish relationships with key regional and international tourism industry players at the forthcoming Arabian Travel Market (
Atana Hotels, a luxury hotel group in Oman, will be showcasing its resorts spread across various locations in Oman at the Arabian Travel Market (ATM) in Dubai, UAE, next month.
Well known to local Omani and UAE weekend trippers, the Mus
Sabre Corporation, a leading travel technology provider in the Middle East, has partnered with Arabian Travel Market (ATM) on innovation technology for the Travel Tech Show element of the event, which takes place next month in Dubai, UAE.
Al Bustan Centre and Residence, a popular hotel-apartment among tourists and businessmen in the heart of Dubai, is set to highlight the completion of its $4 million renovation at Arabian Travel Market, the largest travel and tourism exhibition i
Hospitality Management Holdings (HMH), a pioneer in the halal-friendly hospitality segment, will have a strong presence at the Arabian Travel Market (ATM) in Dubai this May as it focuses on the theme of family centric travel.
Banks in Bahrain have stepped up security ahead of the Formula One race to protect customers from fraudsters.
Cash withdrawals from ATMs will be limited to BD200 ($527) from today (April 15) in the lead-up to the Gulf Air Bahrain