Hospitality Management Holding (HMH) announced at Arabian Travel Market today its further expansion in Sudan with the completion of EWA Port Sudan Hotel & Apartments by October 2017.
It is the group’s fourth hotel in Sud
Rezidor Hotel Group, one of the most dynamic hotel companies worldwide, will add over 3,000 rooms to its Middle East portfolio, totalling almost 12,000 rooms in the region.
This year will see 17 hotel openings, including 12 hotels
Carlton Hotel Management, owned by Dubai-based The First Investor group is targeting to add 683 new rooms over the next three years - up 51 per cent - that will take its total count to 2,000 rooms from the current 1,317.
Marriott International continues to strengthen its position across the Middle East and Africa region, with a remarkable 29 new properties set to open in 2017 with a total of 6,815 rooms.
The openings will see the hotel operator ex
UAE-based The First Group will open four new upscale hotels in Dubai by 2020 as the city’s visitor profile diversifies, driving demand for affordable luxury accommodation.
As new family attractions open their doors, appealin
Hospitality group Hilton has the largest active pipeline in the GCC, according to data from market research firm STR, with over 21,000 rooms in its pipeline across the Gulf of which more than 16,000 are already under construction and set to open
Louvre Hotels Group continues to shape its wider growth strategy in the Middle East and North Africa (Mena) with plans to open 10 new hotels in Mena by the end of 2017, which will add 1,600 keys to its current room inventory - exceeding th
Rotana, one of the leading hotel management companies in the region, is preparing to open 17 new properties in the Middle East before the end of 2018, adding more than 4,500 keys to the company’s existing room count.
Youtravel.com, a leading accommodation provider in the European markets, will announce exciting plans during ATM 2017, which will see substantial growth in the international markets with the Middle East and GCC being the spear head of these grow
GAJ (Godwin Austen Johnson), one of the largest architectural and design practices in the UAE, is slowly shifting its focus to Qatar which is investing heavily in infrastructure as part of its preparation for the World Cup 2022 gala.