The hospitality industry plays a vital role in the economic development of major cities around the world. This is apparent in the case of Cairo, Makkah, Doha, Manama, Abu Dhabi and Dubai, as per the latest findings from the EY Middle East Hotel Benchmark Survey.
In the ever-evolving landscape of Saudi Arabia’s hospitality and tourism sectors, recent data from JLL paints a vivid picture of growth and innovation as the government’s investment in tourism development drives the kingdom’s strong performance in the hospitality sector.
In May 2023, the Middle East’s hospitality industry witnessed noteworthy shifts and trends, unveiling the dynamic landscape of the region’s tourism and hotel sectors. The latest findings from the EY Middle East Hotel Benchmark Survey provide valuable insights into key cities’ performance during this period.
The Future Hospitality Summit and 19th edition of the Arabian Hotel Investment Conference (AHIC) is gearing up to check into Hilton Abu Dhabi Yas Island for three days of discussion, debate and dealmaking at the region’s leading tourism and hospitality summit, taking place from September 25-27.
Dubai’s resurgent tourism industry is celebrating a successful first half of 2023, after welcoming a record 8.55 million international overnight visitors, compared to 8.36 million tourists in H1 2019.
The Public Investment Fund (PIF) has announced the establishment of the Saudi Tourism Investment Company Asfar to support the growth of the country’s tourism sector.
We caught up with Kashif Khalid, IATA’s regional director for the Middle East and Africa, to discuss everything related to travel.
In this exclusive interview, we sat down with Nadine Char, manager of INALTERA for the MENA region, to explore her appreciation for the modern French art de vivre and how INALTERA’s exquisite wallpapers beautifully emulate this stylish way of life, imbuing hotels and restaurants with the essence of French culture.
The Middle East’s hospitality sector is currently witnessing a remarkable upsurge, with significant growth and extensive development under way in travel, tourism and hotel construction. This expansion has been propelled by several factors, including ambitious infrastructure projects, strategic investments and a sharpened focus among key players on developing the sector.