UAE tourists have always been major contributors to the tourism cycles and performance in Lebanon, whether in terms of hotel occupancy, or in terms of shopping, due to their high expenditure power.
Georges Ojeil is promoted to the new role of Area Manager, Beirut and Amman to oversee Le Gray, Beirut as well as Campbell Gray Living and the forthcoming Campbell Gray hotel, both in Amman in Jordan.
While each Middle Eastern economy has its own problems and individual strengths, all in all, the last five years have brought a fair few challenges for most of the region’s markets. The hospitality industry is, as always, one of the first to bear the brunt of tough times. Nagi Morkos, managing partner at Hodema consulting services, analyzes the region’s turbulent times and its impact on the sector and its players
The first International Security Forces checkpoint was removed. Passengers are now request to proceed to the boarding pass section.
Bees are renowned for safeguarding the biodiversity of any ecosystem and Lebanon has about 6,000 beekeepers producing 1,000-1,400 tons of honey annually using 200-250 bee hives. Considering its size, that amount is considered quite significant. However, Prof. Chadi Hosri, Head of Veterinary Medicine at the Lebanese University Faculty of Agriculture...
Originally from the UK, Tim Stoneman has been traveling the world to share his knowledge and skills to help people heal and make changes needed in their lives.
“The absence of such a concept in Saida’s area and in the South of Lebanon as a whole encouraged our decision,” he told HN.
Summer season is turnkey when it comes to boosting the number of arrivals to the country, and stakeholders are positive.