Central Hotels has signed an agreement with Dynamic Hospitality to operate and manage food and beverage outlets at its upcoming properties in Palm Jumeirah and Business Bay.
Making the announcement, Ammar Kanaan, general manager o
Central Hotels has confirmed its participation in Arabian Travel Market (ATM), which is taking place in Dubai from April 24 to 27, 2017.
Making the announcement, Ahmad Ali Al Abdulla Alansaari, chairman of Central Hotels, said: &l
Mais Al Temimi, guest relations officer at First Central Hotel Suites, managed by Dubai-based Central Hotels group, was named the winner of ‘Hotelier Express: Young Hotelier of the Year 2017’.
The award is designed to
First Central Hotel Suites, managed by Dubai-based Central Hotels group, has been awarded Green Key Certification 2016-2017 for its green practices that include a host of environment-friendly energy, water and waste management initiatives.
Passenger traffic at Dubai’s second airport, Dubai World Central (DWC) continued the upward trend in the first half of the year surging more than 95 per cent from H1 2015, according to a new report.
Acording to the traffic report
Saudi Arabia's central bank, which serves as the kingdom's sovereign wealth fund, reported a fall of $6 billion in net foreign assets in March as low oil prices took their toll.
Net foreign assets held by the central bank
An Iraqi central bank manager in the autonomous Kurdistan region was arrested as part of a probe into an alleged illegal bond trading scheme that may have cost the cash-strapped government more than one billion dollars.
First Central Hotel Apartments, located in the Tecom area in Dubai, has welcomed Wael El Behi as its new general manager.
El Behi will oversee all operations of the 524-room property, including guest services, sales and marketing
Lebanon's central bank governor said he saw no risk to the Lebanese pound and it remained bank policy to keep it stable, adding that he had not been informed of any measures by Saudi Arabia targeting the Lebanese financial sector.
Oman plans to borrow between $5 billion and $10 billion from abroad to help finance a budget deficit caused by low oil prices, central bank executive president Hamood Sangour al-Zadjali told Al Arabiya television on Monday.