Category: tourism

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Apr2016
The hospitality industry in Saudi Arabia is witnessing a shift towards the development of mid-range hotels in 2016, according to a new report.Six out of the top ten brands with the most development currently underway throughout the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia are classed as mid-market, according to a new report ... Read More

06

Apr2016
Beijing was expected to overtake Atlanta as the world's busiest airport by 2015 but that has not materialized due to a Chinese slowdown and the capacity restraint at the capital's airport. Atlanta Hartsfield Jackson International is still the world's busiest airport, handling 101.5 million passengers last year, ... Read More

27

Sep2015
Every time we travel, for whatever reason, we are part of a global movement; a movement that has the power to drive inclusive development, create jobs and build the sustainable societies we want for our future; a movement that builds mutual understanding and can help us safeguard our shared natural ... Read More

17

Sep2015
Millennium & Copthorne Hotels, Middle East and Africa has signed four new hotels in Madinah. The properties include two Millennium hotels as well as a Studio M and Millennium Executive Apartments, the boutique budget and serviced apartment brands, respectively. The properties will be part of Knowledge Economic City, a US $7 billion ... Read More

09

Jul2015
If size does indeed matter for you, start planning your trip to Mecca, Saudi Arabia  for 2017, when the world's largest hotel is set to open. At almost 686,000 square feet, the $3.5-billion Abraj Kudai will be home to 10,000 rooms, 70 restaurants, a ... Read More

09

Jul2015
[:en]GREECE is moving steadily closer to leaving the euro, it seems. The country’s financial woes should, on the face of it, be good news for the places with which it competes for tourists. Last week, the British government advised travellers to stock up with all the cash they might need ... Read More

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