Wyndham Hotels & Resorts, the world's largest hotel franchising company by number of properties with over 8,900 hotels across nearly 95 countries, continues to cement its presence across Europe, Middle East, Eurasia and Africa (EMEA) with a series of recent hotel launches and a strong line-up of openings for 2021.
Aleph Hospitality has signed management contracts for three hotels in Kenya. Boma Nairobi, Boma Inn Nairobi and Boma Inn Eldoret are owned by Red Court Hotels, a subsidiary of the Kenya Red Cross Society.
Radisson Hotel Group looks ahead to 2021 with 30 planned hotel openings or 5,000 rooms across EMEA, building on the Group's 40+ signings announced in 2020. The Group's 2020 expansion included the introduction of the Radisson Individuals brand and the announcement of ambitious plans to double its portfolio of Serviced Apartments by 2025.
Wild Life and Pure Nature: Kempinski expands international portfolio with two Safari Lodges and a Luxurious Tented Camp in Tanzania
Serengeti National Park, Ngorongoro Crater, Lake Manyara and Tarangire are only a few highlights attracting travellers to visit the African country of Tanzania, where more than a third of the landscape is under conservation protection.
Sun International, Africa's leading gaming and hospitality group, with properties in South Africa, Nigeria and Eswatini, will participate in the DISCOVERY loyalty programme, gaining access to a globa.
IHG® Hotels & Resorts, one of the world's leading hotel companies, has recently signed a Master Development Agreement (MDA) with Ishraq Hospitality, a division of the Dubai-based Mohamed & Obaid Almulla Group, to develop eight hotels across IHG's midscale brand, Holiday Inn Express, in the MEA region.
Funds advised by Kasada Capital Management today announced the first transaction made through the debut fund, Kasada Hospitality Fund LP ("Kasada"), acquiring a portfolio of Sub-Saharan African Hotels from AccorInvest.
MENALAC to release MENA Leisure Report – A first of its kind industry publication with a treasure trove of authentic industry data
MENA Leisure Report 2020 is a benchmark annual report that is a must-have for all stakeholders in the MENA region, in addition to valuable in-depth data on leisure operations in the MENA Region, this publication will identify new and upcoming projects, and help investors to the region to plan new investments into the Leisure & Entertainment Sector.
Ghanaian restaurateurs need to improve food quality and hygiene, and give diners opportunities to socialise, find Professor Sam Kim, Ph.D. students Frank Badu-Baiden and Munhyang Oh of the School of Hotel and Tourism Management (SHTM) at The Hong Kong Polytechnic University, along with a co-author in recently published empirical work.
The United Nations World Tourism Organization (UNWTO) in partnership with Google hosted their second edition of the global Tourism Acceleration Program in the MENA region, a program designed to boost innovation and digital transformation in the tourism sector in each of the UAE, Saudi Arabia, and Egypt by providing key insights and market intelligence for effective tourism planning.