The Middle East & Africa Hospitality News

  • Millennium Hotels and Resorts reveals plans to grow its footprint in Saudi Arabia to 25 hotels by 2025 http://bit.ly/303DbjH :
  • The UAE Cabinet has approved Air Arabia Abu Dhabi as a national carrier airline for the UAE in order to enhance civil aviation in the country and to allow the aviation sector to keep pace with future development plans and directions, said a report. http://bit.ly/2sSahqJ
  • Tourists from all over the world who fancy a trip to the United Arab Emirates (UAE) will now have an option of acquiring a five-year multiple entry visa to the UAE. http://bit.ly/37Qt1FH
  • While Saudi Arabia’s bold reforms are hitting headlines across the world, at home the new-to-the-nation entertainment, sports and social events are drawing enthusiastic crowds in thousands in major Saudi cities. http://bit.ly/2QFbwTc
  • The world’s oldest free-ranging black rhino has died in Ngorongoro Conservation Area, Tanzania’s famous wildlife park for rhino conservation. http://bit.ly/2tGvtQk
  • Uganda Airlines has entered into a partnership with Uganda Tourism Board (UTB), which will see the two entities do joint destination marketing in the tourist source markets of Europe, North America and Asia. http://bit.ly/39W6j0A
  • Dubai-based independent hotel management company Aleph Hospitality has opened the Best Western Plus Westlands hotel in Nairobi, Kenya. http://bit.ly/309fuGO