As Thomas Cook customers anxiously wait to see if and how their holidays might be affected, some say they have already found themselves in "horrible" situations abroad.
The average price of a hotel room in Cape Town is R65.19 cheaper per evening than it was a year ago this brings the average cost of a hotel room to R1 436.30 per evening. According to the Hotel Performance Index, released in September 2018 by provincial investment agency Wesgro, the price of a night in a four-star hotel room dropped by 5.
Al Hokair Group, one of Saudi Arabia's most respected brands within the hospitality industry sector, aims to further expand in 2019 to address the growing demand in the country. With several new themeparks and other entertainment destinations and the growing religious tourism market sector, the company plans to fast track its plans.
This hotel donates all its earnings and has some of the best ratings on Tripadvisor in the city.
After launching new airlines, the tourism revenues rose from 64.2 billion dirhams in 2016 to 71.9 MMDH in 2017, a remarkable increase of 12%. However, the breakdown of this revenue between leisure travel and business travel shows a surprising difference.
2017 was full of triumphs and disappointments on the African continent. Some countries that had a positive outlook at the beginning, turned into the problem children of Africa and countries that seemed hopeless in the beginning, surprised us in the end.
Sweden's Rezidor Group AB plans to increase by 60 percent the number of hotels it operates in sub-Saharan Africa to 120 in the next four years to take advantage of growing business travel, its regional head said on Tuesday.
Located in a lifeguard tower on Frishman beach in Tel Aviv, this unusual hotel suite has been developed as part of a promotional campaign initiated by the Ministry of Tourism and the city’s municipality.
The Ramada Addis Ababa opened its doors in the Ethiopian capital last year, and Wyndham Hotel Group continues to focus on the growing dynamism of the East African market, with the signature of three new hotels.
The Egyptian government will spend US$32 million to upgrade security in two Red Sea resorts. The move, aimed at restoring confidence among foreign tourists, comes after recent attacks on hotels and the bombing of a Russian airplane.