This is a chance to rethink and restart tourism. Our sector will recover. It is resilient and able to adapt.
HN overviews curfews, lockdown, and strict measures imposed by the region’s governments to control the spread of COVID-19.
In short, leisure travel is driven by the very human desire to explore and to enjoy, and that has not changed.
MENA is a very important and lucrative market and we will continue developing in the region and partnering with local F&B operators.
WTTC's research revealed that in the best-case scenario, travel and tourism’s contribution to global GDP will fall to USD 7.4 trillion.
The five-star property brings 410 suites and villas, in addition to meeting halls, vast F&B options, and various leisure facilities.
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