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3 distinctive hotel openings highlight growth of Olympia Companies

The Olympia Companies has just come off a year of remarkable growth and development with the completion of three extraordinary new hotels: SOPHY Hyde...

How to Squeeze in a Dissertation Between Being Busy and Traveling

Writing a dissertation is a very time-consuming process. So, how to combine dissertation writing with other important things such as travelling? Here are some...

Jamaica takes the lead on Global Tourism Resilience Management

Resilience is everybody’s business. All policymakers in the Caribbean must be concerned about the resilience of their national sectors amid a wide range of...

Governors to welcome global business, government leaders to Washington

Dozens of the nation’s governors will join leaders from business, the nonprofit sector and global governments for the National Governors Association’s 111th annual Winter...

Jamaica Prime Minister calls for greater collaboration for sustainable resilience in...

Prime Minister of Jamaica, the Most Hon. Andrew Holness says that greater effort has to be placed in strengthening linkages with key industries to...

The Tryall Club promotes Jamaican sports, education & forests

The informal and luxurious The Tryall Club, once an historic sugar plantation, sprawls across 2,200 acres of bewitching natural beauty where rolling hills and...

China and Zambia enhance cultural and tourism cooperation

Zambia and China, on Saturday, reaffirmed their commitments to promoting cultural and tourism cooperation. The two countries made the commitment during a cultural performance, by...

Mövenpick Hotel Apartments Al Mamzar Dubai making a difference in the...

Green Globe recently recertified Mövenpick Hotel Apartments Al Mamzar Dubai after a comprehensive audit was undertaken by the property.

Caribbean Week returns to New York with unmistakable flair, sound and...

In celebration of the region’s distinct characteristics, diverse backgrounds and standout cultural traditions, Caribbean Week New York’s electrifying activities will reflect the Caribbean Tourism...

Could going paperless be bad for tourism?

It’s safe to say, in this day and age, most travelers begin their pre-trip destination planning online. But once they arrive in-destination, how will...

Back to school: Learning how to look good

Those that ponder the importance of “beauty” should recognize that the industry is valued at billions of dollars and is supported by men and women.

The Future of MICE: Interview with IMEX CEO Carina Bauer

CEO of the IMEX Group Carina Bauer graduated from Oxford University, UK, in Politics, Philosophy and Economics in 1998, Carina began her career in...

100 years of BAUHAUS: How, when and where to celebrate

The normal way to celebrate a birthday is with a party. But for its 100th birthday, BauhausLand is throwing a series of parties right...

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,...

The Shaken Not Stirred – Paris meets the Caribbean in Delray...

The Shaken Not Stirred – Fashion for a Cause Charity Event will take place during Delray Beach’s Fashion Week, featuring Paris’ hottest new resort...

Critical Thinking Reform in Saudi Arabia’s schools includes tourism

Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman’s 2030 has a vision that includes a reform to decrease Saudi Arabia's dependence on oil revenues through upgrades to its economy and public service sectors such as education, health, infrastructure, and tourism.

Lufthansa goes on hiring spree in 2019

Lufthansa Group is expecting to hire approximately 5500 new employees in Germany, Austria, Switzerland and Belgium this year. The airline group is looking to...

New York City Town Hall stars Mayor DeBlasio

It is not a surprise that politics has morphed into an entertainment vehicle. The people who populate the White House could easily be mistaken...

Tourists killed and beheaded in terror attack in Morocco: Arrests made

The arrests were made in several cities in the kingdom, bringing to 18 the number of people detained over the double-murder, said Abdelhak Khiam, head of Morocco's central office for judicial investigation.

Saudi Cultural Heritage Worldwide: A National Festival

The National Festival of Heritage and Culture in Janadria is the most important event of its kind in the world, as it attracts millions of lovers of heritage and originality from Saudi Arabia, the Arabian Gulf region and worldwide, with hundreds of local, Arab and international media who will be covering the various rich activities of the festival.

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.

Air Traffic Control training takes off in Kuwait

As part of the joint venture partnership agreement, Airways New Zealand is providing a one-year training program at ACK for a group of air traffic control (ATC) students

Macolline forest joins African Tourism Board

The African Tourism Board (ATB) is pleased to announce that Macolline forest in Northeastern Madagascar has joined ATB as a member.

Royal line-up for Cunard’s Transatlantic Fashion Week 2019 announced

Cunard has announced a stellar line-up for its fourth annual Transatlantic Fashion Week Crossing, to take place July 28 to August 4, 2019 (M922)...

Young Tourism Ambassadors: Opening doors to their futures

A transformational program is introducing young men and women to the tourism sector.
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