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Middle East & North Africa tourism consolidates recovery

Organized by the World Tourism Organization (UNWTO) and Casa Arabe, the public consortium headed by the Spanish Ministry of Foreign Affairs, the event focused on current trends and short term prospects in the region and discussed policies and strategies for consolidating recovery and to stepping up tourism's contribution to inclusive and sustainable socioeconomic development.

h2c Research: The State of Hotel Central Reservations Systems

This h2c Research Paper is based on the findings of h2c's Global Hotel CRS Study and aims to shed more light on the current CRS landscape and the requirements of related system. The study covers Europe, Middle East & Africa, The Americas and Asia Pacific, and has a fair distribution across hotel categories by star rating, type (including voluntary hotel chains, representation companies, transparent brands, and independent hotel groups), location (city, resort, and convention) and size (international versus regional chains).

Why Your Hotel Amenities Are Better Than Ever

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Two words: amenity creep. It's not what you think. It's an industry term that describes the constant need for hotels to add the newest and next accessories to accommodate a guest's every whim. Whatever happened to the humble shoehorn, the bubble shower cap, and the mini sewing kit? Those standard offerings have been traded out right under our noses for sleeker amenities--we didn't even have a chance to miss them.

AHIC 2018 unveils dedicated 'Day of Disruption' to inspire and challenge the hotel investment community

Taking place from 17-19 April 2018 at the purpose-built AHIC Village in the grounds of the Waldorf Astoria Ras Al Khaimah, UAE, in partnership with Ras Al Khaimah Tourism Development Authority (RAKTDA), this 14th edition of AHIC promises to harvest knowledge from outside of the hotel industry and challenge the status quo.