Hilton to operate its Waldorf Astoria, Conrad and Hilton Garden Inn brands, and introduce its Canopy by Hilton brand to Middle East at signature development in Riyadh.
The significant growth in the Cairo’s hospitality sector performance is mainly attributed to the country’s improved political stability, lift of flight bans to Egypt and focused efforts on tourism marketing and campaigns globally.
The 30-storey Millennium Atria Business Bay features 347 studios, one-bedroom, two-bedroom, three-bedroom and duplex apartments.
In his new role, Yesilelma will oversee strategic direction and daily operations for the two properties, while strengthening reputation across its exceptional leisure facilities.
The appointments reflect the company’s new strategic direction to split its diverse portfolio into ‘Premium & Select’ and ‘Luxury’ brands.
Plug and Play’s Travel & Hospitality Innovation Platform was founded in 2016 at their Silicon Valley headquarters, focused on discovering, supporting and scaling disruptive technologies that are reshaping the future of travel.
Abu Dhabi has seen huge advances across all areas of tourism sectors, including the cultural, business, family-focused and medical sectors, with the cruise sector providing more than 350,000 visitors to the emirate in 2018.
Looking to acquire their share of these high-growth markets at ATM 2019, will be the tourism boards from the UAE’s seven emirates.