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Natalie Creane suffered head injuries during stay at luxury Kempinski hotel in Abu Dhabi
Hotel giant's sales director says 'plan is not to have it dry' despite previous alcohol ban
Luxury hotelier said operating profit for MEA increased 20 percent year-on-year
Oversized Stollen to be sold off at Mall of the Emirates; all proceeds for charity
Poor state planning has left Dubai’s hotel market oversupplied, says Middle East head
'Iraqi religious tourism market lacking quality accommodation' - Range CEO
Hotel group says its hotel would have been 'eaten up' by size and scale of Atlantis.
Special offers help increase rate by 4% compared to same period in 2008.
Despite its association with the renowned therapeutic properties of the Dead Sea, the concept of spa is quite new in Jordan and 'there is still a long way to go'.
The long-awaited spa revamp at the Kempinski Hotel Ishtar Dead Sea in Jordan is close to completion and ready to open in October, spa operator Anantara has revealed.
Fast-growing sector catering to Muslim travellers to leap in 2008, Almulla says.
Bahrain's largest concentration of food and beverage outlets will go online in September when the Bahrain City Centre development opens its doors.
Kempinski Hotels has revealed the secret to its distribution success: using a centralised reservation system.
State-owned Dubai World to build $70mn luxury beachfront project in Comoros islands.
Hotel to be first intelligent hotel in kingdom.
Spa managers have called on hoteliers for more support and understanding to develop appropriate benchmarks to measure their performance.
The Kempinski Hotel Ishtar Dead Sea has opened a new conference centre to cash in on the increasing number of Meetings Industry visitors planning events in Jordan.
Hotel group signs agreements for properties in Egypt, Morocco and Syria.
Grand Hotel Kempinski in Geneva is tailoring its services in a bid to win more international trade.
UAE-based Coral International Hotels, Resorts and Spas has become the latest hotel chain to reveal plans to invest in new properties in Syria, marking the first time the group has ventured outside the GCC.
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