For the last few years the world of travel and hospitality has been all about the rise of China and Asia, not just for vast numbers of travellers flowing out of the region to discover the…
Marriott International has announced three new signings to mark the brand’s debut in Liberia while strengthening its presence in Morocco and Ghana.
Thai firm Dusit International, has announced it could reopen the dusitD2 Nairobi hotel as soon as June, in an act of solidarity with the local community, following the terrorist siege in…
Marriott International has announced Jerome Briet as chief development officer for the Middle East and Africa. In his new role, Briet will oversee and drive the company’s growth through…
Global tours provider Trafalgar has announced its annual agent incentive trip to the brand’s newest destination of Africa — a trip 72 years in the making.
In this week’s edition of hot hotel openings, we’ve got new properties from Marriott International, Rosewood, RIU Hotels & Resorts, Hilton and Anantara.
It is no surprise then that such a vital industry, is awash with announcements of new destinations, new planes, codeshares and sales. This week’s aviation round up, however begins with the…
Rotana has signed an agreement with Grandview Hotels and Resorts to manage a new five-star hotel in the Republic of Zambia.
TIME Hotels has announced the launch of its first beach resort hotel in Egypt — TIME Nozha Aqua Park Hotel & Resort.
Marriott International and Eagle Hills have announced the signing of the St Regis Tamuda Bay, marking the debut of the iconic luxury hospitality brand in Morocco.
Constance Hotels & Resorts, a collection of hotels in the Indian Ocean, has announced the debut of its new brand — C Resorts.
Hilton has announced its 500th hotel across EMEA, the Legend Hotel Lagos Airport at Murtala Muhammed International Airport.
AccorHotels has announced during the Africa Hotel Investment Forum (AHIF), a new property in Accra’s Airport City expected to open in 2021.
Hyatt announced that it will open a total of nine Hyatt-branded hotels in Africa by the end of 2020 starting with its first property in Ethiopia in Q4 2018.
The UK-based independent tour operator, Premier Holidays, has unveiled its latest itinerary on offer — gorilla trekking and Uganda wildlife tours.
Wilderness Travel launches new adventurous itineraries to Namibia, Zimbabwe, India and Britain.