AlRayyan Hotel Doha, Curio – A Collection by Hilton, the Middle East's first Curio hotel set to open this month, has appointed new executive members to its management team.
Luca Crocco, who was appointed as general manag
The five-star Rosewood Jeddah, a leading luxury hotel in Saudi Arabia, has unveiled a stylish new Executive Lounge.
Extensive business facilities within the hotel, including its nine meeting spaces and boardrooms and dedicated Bus
Alila Jabal Akhdar, a luxury resort in Oman, has announced the arrival of Chef Alex Ensor, who will be bringing his culinary skills to the kitchen in Juniper restaurant as its new executive chef.
With over 20 years experience in m
The city of Luxor in Egypt is hosting the 104th meeting of the Executive Council of the World Tourism Organization (UNWTO).
The Meeting, which ends today (November 1) will discuss the three priorities of the organization for 2016-
Salalah Rotana Resort has welcomed Simon Azizi as the property's new executive assistant manager.
Azizi joins the team with two decades of hospitality experience, having spent 13 years with Rotana. He joined as restaurant mana
Emirates Aviation University has announced the introduction of a new Executive MBA Programme in Aviation Management in collaboration with Coventry University in the UK.
The specialised programme will begin in January 2017 and appl
Time Hotels, a leading hospitality group based in the UAE, has added two new senior executives to its management team.
Spanish national Guzman Muela takes over the management reins at flagship property Time Oak Hotel & Suites,
Marriott International has welcomed a new executive team for Sheraton Oman, which reopened recently following an extensive renovation of its guestrooms and public spaces.
With more than 30 years of experience with Sheraton,
Capital Centre Arjaan and Centro Capital Centre in Abu Dhabi, UAE, have welcomed Kaesta Mcfee to the new role of cluster executive chef.
A Canadian national, Mcfee was previously the executive chef for Centro Capital Centre.
The International Monetary Fund (IMF) said its executive board has selected Charles Collyns as the new director of the Independent Evaluation Office of the Fund.
He succeeds Moíses Schwartz of Mexico, whose term expires on