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Hotel Opening in Capetown: AC Hotel Cape Town Waterfront

AC Hotels by Marriott  Marriott International’s European-inspired lifestyle brand, today announced the opening of AC Hotel Cape Town Waterfront marking the debut of the brand in Middle East and Africa. Owned and developed by the Amdec Group, the hotel demonstrates the sophisticated and timeless European design that is true to the AC Hotel brand, interpreted for its Cape Town location.

How CapeTown Tourism Survived the Drought

Cape Town has just been through one of the worst droughts in the region’s history and yet, through the collective efforts of its citizens, the city is back in business – thanks largely to the City of Cape Town’s municipal leadership and its ability to mobilize its people towards sustained conservative usage.

Putting up a tough fight in tourism amid the recession in Capetown

The word “recession” is an abstract one; it sounds quite depressing, if not terrifying, but its reality is a harsh one that we must face. As individuals, we take measures to deal with it, but as an industry, we must also address how we’re going to cope. That can mean anything from adding value to what we have on offer via loyalty programmes or discounted packages, to ensuring that all our team members are going the extra mile when it comes to keeping our visitors entertained, enthralled and engaged. Even those of us who are not in tourism need to provide a grand welcome to every single person who has made the effort to travel here.

Radisson Blu Hotel Waterfront Capetown: Two new appointments

Dominique van Wezop has a number of firsts to her career, in 2009 she was part of the opening team for the first dry hotel in Cape Town - Coral International. Now known as the Hilton Hotel on Buitengracht Street, she was promoted to Reservations, Groups and Events Manager.

Robin Island Ferry Sinking Capetown: Official Statement

Thandi Ferry issued an official statement after a "technical problem" could possibly have led to a Robben Island ferry partially sinking on Friday afternoon,...

Capetown: Three events, one week, one venue

Three events, one week, one venue - this is what Africa Travel Week is comprised of.

After chaotic protests in CapeTown Klipheuwel police will continue patroling

Western Cape officials in South Africa say police officers will continue patroling the Klipheuwel area following chaotic protests.

Capetown: Peak tourism season starts well

Cape Town’s peak season for leisure visitors is in full swing and indicators reflect the likelihood of a festive season that is as busy if not busier than its last.

Capetown Tourism launched Thando: The word for love

Cape Town Tourism’s new innovative mobile Visitor Information Centre was launched on Friday, 2 May 2014 at the opening of WTM Africa - a significant synergy as both the vehicle and the trade event a

Currently taking place in CapeTown: Africa Travel Week

The first Africa Travel Week taking place at the Cape Town International Convention Centre (CTICC) got off to a successful start on 28th April with ILTM Africa (International Luxury Travel Market), IB

Youth, Urban, Africa – Travel trends for 2014 for Capetown

Travel is number two on Facebook’s most shared posts list globally just after “adding a relationship, getting married or engaged” and it would seem that youth are driving a worldwide travel boom

Cape Town Tourism’s #lovecapetown evolves into user-generated travel research tool

Cape Town Tourism’s blogger-hosting campaign, #lovecapetown, has again generated positive results for the destination with an estimated 42,282,508 opportunities to see the #lovecapetown conversation

#LoveCapeTown uses social media to spread Cape Town’s message

Send Your Facebook Profile to Cape Town, launched in October 2012, saw Facebook users around the world being able to send their Facebook profile on a five-day virtual holiday to Cape Town with a tailo

Cape Town Tourism launches second #lovecapetown international bloggers campaign

In 2012, the inaugural #lovecapetown blogger hosting program contributed to Cape Town Tourism winning a Travel + Leisure SMITTY Awards (Social Media in Travel + Tourism Awards) in the category Best Ov

Capetown Minstrels from South Africa arrive in Seychelles for 2011 carnival

The Capetown Minstrels from the Western Cape in South Africa have arrived in Seychelles to take part in the 2011 Seychelles "Carnaval International de Victoria." The group, who is staying at the Berja

African Tourism Board Launch was a success: A new era just started for African...

The two arms of the African Tourism Board had their official launch event yesterday at the Cape Town International Convention Center Conference Theatre during...

American Tourist Kidnapped in Uganda: African Tourism Board in action with expert Dr. Peter...

Not only leopards were roaming Queen Elizabeth National Park today, but criminals who kidnapped an elderly American tourist in the park today, and put...

South Africa Tourism hits the road in Delhi

South Africa Tourism held a roadshow in Delhi, India, on February 8 with an impressive participation of hotels, airlines, resorts, and agents. South Africa Tourism...

Leading industry figures take the helm at Cape Town Tourism

Two renowned tourism professionals to provide guidance to Cape Town's premier industry organisation.

African Tourism Board cooperation with UNWTO and other organizations

The African Tourism Board (ATB) is reality and a list of distinguished tourism leaders joined together at the World Travel Market (WTM) in London as an initiative by the International  Coalition of Tourism Partners to discuss this public-private sector body that will be supporting work by any organization furthering positive awareness for travel and tourism to benefit the African Tourism Industry. 

Africa now has an African Tourism Board!

On Monday at the World Travel Market in London, Africa was in the spotlight in the afternoon with the launch of the newly-formed African...

Global Muslim travel sector projected to reach $183 billion by 2020

Cape Town Tourism is working on a strategic plan to tap into the global Muslim tourism market.

Cape Town tourism back in business with a little help by Marriott

Capetown gained control over the water shortage, and Marriott gives a little help to make tourism bounce back. Of course, this help is in...
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South Africa needs tourism to quench its thirst

The drought situation in South Africa is critical. International press coverage of the drought, and on the prospects of “Day Zero” has caused anxiety...

Joined and inspired by travel and tourism: eTN issues a Mele Kalikimaka

The eTN Team in Hawaii is in Holiday spirit today and issued a Mele Kalikimaka, a Hawaiian Phrase for Merry Christmas, to share this magical...
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