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Is there future for the “new” Thomas Cook?

The "old" Thomas Cook, a 179-year-old company and the second largest tour operator in the world after TUI, collapsed in September of 2019. Fosun Tourism Group, a Chinese travel conglomerate that already owned the famed Club Med, bought the rights to the bankrupt company's brand for $14 million.

What does the future hold for bed banks?

Bed banks are specialized B2B platforms that contract supply from hotels and accommodations providers and make it available to travel sellers that aggregate travel demand from a variety of sources (smaller OTAs, traditional travel agents, airlines, or tour operators.

Park Inn by Radisson, Jeddah Madinah Road

Park Inn by Radisson, the upper midscale hotel brand that delivers stress-free experiences, good food and upbeat environments, is proud to announce the opening of its first hotel in Jeddah. The newest addition brings the group's portfolio to over 45 hotels, resorts and serviced apartments in operation and under development, accelerating Radisson Hotel Group's expansion across the country.

Will hygiene become more important than cost in hotels?

Hotelier Middle East is joined by Radisson Hotel Group regional director Arabian Peninsula and East Africa Bert Fol; Diversey VP for Africa, Middle East and Turkey Alp Aksoy; Hilton SVP, brands and franchise operations, EMEA John Rogers and Minor Hotels VP of operations for Middle East, Africa, Mauritius and the Seychelles Amir Golbarg.

OTRUM and IT Hospitality form a Strategic Partnership for the Middle East and North Africa Hospitality Industry

One of the Largest Technology player providing Services to Hotels Guest, such as cloud management and control of smart TVs, mobile devices, casting solutions and digital signage in EMEA, and the largest focused Hospitality System Integrator for the region, join forces to drive integration and deployment in North Africa and the Middle East.

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