HORECA Lebanon on the Horizon

HORECA Lebanon on the Horizon

Marking its 27th edition at Beirut’s Seaside Arena from March 24-27, 2020, HORECA Lebanon is the country’s largest hospitality and foodservice event. We take a look at what’s in store at the four-day exhibition.

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Lebanese Zaatar W Zeit to debut in Vancouver this December

Lebanese Zaatar W Zeit to debut in Vancouver this December

Vancouver is Canada’s third largest city and one of the world’s most livable cities in addition to it’s ethnic mix and food scene.

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Global standards and local flavors

Global standards and local flavors

Chef Olivier Pallut is a French national with extensive experience in the culinary industry. He has worked for Hotel Charentais, Bistro Le Francais, Le Meridien St Martin, Le Meridien Mariador, Qatar Royal Palace, Mezzaluna and Zoe Restaurants in Bahrain, Thimar Reef Island, Cordon Bleu Istanbul to name a few. His...

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Demands of the Lebanese hospitality sector

Demands of the Lebanese hospitality sector

The board of directors of the Syndicate of Owners of Restaurants, Cafés, Night-Clubs & Pastries in Lebanon (RCNP) presided by Tony Ramy convened on Monday 11 November at the Syndicate headquarters to discuss the current economic situation in the country. After much deliberation the Syndicate RCNP issued the following open letter to officials:

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UAE lifts travel ban on citizens willing to visit Lebanon

UAE lifts travel ban on citizens willing to visit Lebanon

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.

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Campbell GRAY Hotels appoints new Operations Director and Area Manager

Campbell GRAY Hotels appoints new Operations Director and Area Manager

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.

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Falling victim to the crisis

Falling victim to the crisis

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

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Rafik Hariri International Airport in Beirut to service tourists better with new extension

Rafik Hariri International Airport in Beirut to service tourists better with new extension

The first International Security Forces checkpoint was removed. Passengers are now request to proceed to the boarding pass section.

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Lebanon’s Oasis de Vie

Lebanon’s Oasis de Vie

Zafer Chaoui, president of the board of directors of Chateau Ksara and president of Oasis of Life said, “After seven years of hard work and effort, the project came to life.

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Green Turtle’s paper straw initiative

Green Turtle’s paper straw initiative

Our paper straws are biodegradable, because they are made from natural plant components that start to decompose once in contact with microorganism.

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