Offering one-of-a-kind experiences to meet the needs of today’s uber-demanding travelers has become the new definition of luxury in hospitality, as Daniel During, principal and managing director of Thomas Klein International, points out.
It’s true that East Africa’s travel, tourism and hospitality sectors have experienced numerous ups and downs in recent years. However, there are positive signs of growth, as Thuku Kimani, manager of hotels MENA at Colliers International, points out.
The number of governments and businesses introducing environmental, social and governance (ESG) frameworks and principles has grown significantly in recent years. But what are the implications of ESG specifically for the tourism industry? Richard Stolz, principal at Roland Berger Middle East's transportation, tourism and logistics practice in Dubai, provides a pragmatic overview of the latest ESG practices in the sector.
After years of conflict, Iraq is beginning to finally find its feet. Ralph Nader, CEO of Amber Consulting, investigates how the country’s hospitality sector is shaping up and why the capital is proving appealing to F&B brands.
Forming an important part of the F&B industry, the coffee segment needs no introduction. And with new concepts and products arriving in the market thick and fast, customers are increasingly looking for quality and traceability. Nagi Morkos, founder and managing partner at Hodema consulting services, identifies the differentiating factors of a successful coffee shop.
With over a decade of experience in helping foodservice clients achieve optimal efficiency, Georges Haddad, owner of Luminescenza, talks about waste management and why it matters.
While most countries are back to pre-pandemic growth after two years of economic turmoil, the United Arab Emirates is reaping the rewards of its early vaccination efforts and measures to support hard-hit sectors. Nada Alameddine, managing partner at Hodema consulting services, paints a promising picture of the Emirates’ growth path and the exciting new development in its hospitality offering.
Taking place from November 20 to December 19 in Qatar, the FIFA World Cup Qatar 2022™ promises to be a tournament like no other. As the countdown begins to the start of this global sporting event, we take a look at the names tapping into the forecasted demand for renowned F&B outlets.
Paris is the most visited city in the world, with strong appeal to international visitors. Indeed, the French capital benefits from various source markets and a well-diversified client mix, allowing the market to perform well throughout the year, as Maria Coll, senior associate, and Sophie Perret, senior director of HVS, explain.
Spain’s hotel supply is characterized by mid- and upscale hotels. However, the number of higher-end hotels is increasing at a rapid pace, as HVS’ Maria Coll, senior associate, and Sophie Perret, senior director, explain.
Bahi Ajman Palace hotel provides guests with an array of dining experiences, in addition to its luxurious leisure facilities.
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