Where are we now in the midst of this pandemic? What does the future have in store for the global economy? These are just two of many questions we’re all asking as COVID-19 slowly dismantles the international hospitality sector. As we wrestle with the challenges, our trusted consultants guide us...
Daniel During, owner of Thomas Klein International, a Dubai-based hospitality and F&B consultancy firm, shares his thoughts about the impact of the COVID-19 outbreak on the industry.
Accor will emphasize how its investment in the country’s future goes beyond hotel development and supports Vision 2030’s goals.
The event will host more than 90 high-profile speakers from companies paving the way in Saudi Arabia’s hospitality investment industry.
The move comes in a bid to support the UAE’s tourism economy, and affirm the country’s position as a global tourist destination.
The hospitality industry continues to provide fertile ground for aspiring leaders, especially in the Middle East. The 2019 Hospitality News ME Careers & Education report looks at the trends taking place throughout the industry and the shifts that are truly making an impact…
The UAE will continue to lead the GCC’s luxury hospitality segment till 2022 with 73 percent of existing luxury hotel stock.
More than 250 attendees from 25 countries, business owners, operation heads, chefs and experts will discuss the latest consumer trends.
Aleph Hospitality, which currently has nine hotels in its portfolio, manages hotels directly for owners, on a franchise basis or as a white label operator.