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Greece Tourism presents Attica wine & food experience

A new itinerary in the land of gods and heroes deepens visitors’ knowledge of the land’s nectar. It was a trip proposed by the...

Full passenger operations at new Istanbul Airport to start in March

Last year, on October 29, Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan opened the new Istanbul Airport with a magnificent ceremony. After just 42 months of...

Los Angeles’ first AC Hotel by Marriott opens in Beverly Hills

In a neighborhood known for stylish imports, it’s nice to stand out. And AC Hotel Beverly Hills, the first Los Angeles-based locale for the...

14 artworks will light up the city during Bright Brussels, Festival...

From 14 to 17 February, Bright Brussels, Festival of Light will showcase the historic heart of Brussels. Large-scale lighting installations designed by national and...

Japan Tourism breaks visitor record

The Japan National Tourism Organization announced that more than 30 million overseas travelers visited Japan in 2018.

Nassau Airport Development Company to release Airport Hotel RFP

Nassau Airport Development Company provides opportunity to design, finance, build and operate facility at Lynden Pindling International Airport. 

Hotel history: Hotel Bossert once owned by Jehovah’s Witnesses

The Hotel Bossert was built in 1909 by Louis Bossert, a Brooklyn lumber magnate, as a residential hotel in Brooklyn Heights. The historic 14-story,...

Art + Design. Wit, humor and WOW

In New York, thousands art connoisseurs, collectors, gallery owners (and their staff), interior designers converged on the Park Avenue Armory to raise money for charities.

Angkor in Cambodia booming with 2.6 million international visitors in 2018

Angkor is one of the most important archaeological sites in South-East Asia located in Cambodia's northern province of Siem Reap. Stretching over some 400...

Hotel history: Mary Elizabeth Jane Colter

Mary Elizabeth Jane Colter was a pioneering American woman architect and interior designer whose distinct architectural knowledge was steeped in the culture and landscape of the Southwest.

Courtyard Burlington, Ontario: Innovative design and flexible space

In Canada Courtyard by Marriott Hotel has opened its doors in Burlington, Ontario and ready to serve you. Featuring an innovative lobby space as well as Courtyard’s latest contemporary room design, the new hotel provides flexibility and choices that allow guests to optimize and elevate their travel experience. Located at 1110 Burloak Drive, the 135-room hotel will operate as a Marriott franchise, owned by Burlington Hotels Group Inc. and managed by Burloak Hospitality Management Ltd. Both of Burlington, Ontario.

Design Hotels™ welcomes seven new members

As Design Hotels™ wraps a bow on the year, we do so with the welcome addition of seven new member hotels that span the...

Qatar Airways announces direct service to Valletta, Malta

Qatar Airways is pleased to announce that it will launch direct services to Valletta, Malta, starting 4 June 2019, marking the airline’s first gateway...

What’s new in France for 2019?

France is always an exciting destination but the year ahead promises a buffet of intriguing events beyond the capitol. Here are the top reasons...

PM Hotel Group’s HOTEL DU PONT welcomes new Managing Director

The iconic HOTEL DU PONT which opened in 1913 and remains an internationally-renowned architectural jewel, has named industry veteran, Greg Kavanagh, as Managing Director....

First time ever in Asia: Madhya Pradesh Tourism successfully hosted AdventureNext...

An international event specialized in Adventure travel, one of its kinds in ASIA, successfully concluded by MP tourism

FRAPORT Airport Tour with a Focus on Terminal 3 Construction Project

The future Terminal 3 at Frankfurt Airport is one of the largest privately funded construction projects underway in Europe.

Santo Domingo’s architectural landmarks reminiscent of colonial past

The private Aura Beach property outside of Santo Domingo is nothing like what you imagine a coast to look like in the Dominican Republic. There are no rows of lawn-chairs and no race for a good spot.

SCTA launches the web site of the 1st International Conference on...

The Saudi Commission for Tourism and Antiquities (SCTA) has officially launched the web site of the First International Conference on Urban and Architectural Heritage in Islamic countries (FCUAHIC), w

Kingdom of Saudi Arabia presents its experience in architectural preservation in...

The Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, represented by the Saudi Commission for Tourism and Antiquities (SCTA), participated in the "Responsibilities and Opportunities in Architectural Preservation: Theory, Educ
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