In the recent Middle East hotel construction pipeline report by analysts at Lodging Econometrics (LE), the region continues to show rapid pipeline expansion in the second quarter of 2018 with the highest counts since 2007 when LE first began recording. @LodgingEconomet
In the next five years, the company plans to increase its portfolio in the region by 50 percent, debut additional brands and add 30,000 new jobs. @MarriottIntl
Arrival in Riyadh and Muscat marks the entry into new markets of Saudi Arabia and Oman. These will be followed by more openings in Jeddah, Al Khobar, Dubai and Kuwait, bringing portfolio in the region to 13 properties across 8 cities. @FraserSuitesSG
Over 150 hospitality professionals gathered to support the awards this year, where exceptional hotels were recognised for their achievements across four categories.
Iyer joins AHSI with over 16 years to extensive sales experience, most recently a three-year stint at one of the busiest airport hotels, The Orchid Mumbai.
Mr. Hicham Hassouni has joined Rosewood as Vice President – Development, Middle East and Mr. Robby Qiu as Vice President – Development, China.
Wth the introduction of HITEC Dubai, the platform will become accessible to buyers from the lucrative Middle Eastern tourism and hospitality market, currently worth over 75 billion USD.
Scheduled to open in 2019, the hotel is located in Dubai Science Park, the region’s first freezone community offering facilities including office and laboratory space, as well as residential units, with the aim of creating a vibrant ‘Life Sciences’ community.