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Wyndham Hotels and Resorts big plans for Dubai

Wyndham Hotels & Resorts is set to increase its footprint in Dubai with three new managed hotels as part of the Deira Waterfront Development by Ithra Dubai, a wholly owned subsidiary of Investment Corporation of Dubai (ICD). The hotels will operate under the Wyndham, Days by Wyndham, and Super 8 by Wyndham brands.

Live like a local in Nassau, Bahamas

Travel destination - the Bahamas - is a Caribbean archipelago located off the coast of Florida with a long history of colonization.

Centara Unveils Majestic Hotel in the Heart of Doha’s Business District

Centara Hotels & Resorts, Thailand’s leading hospitality group, has made its debut in Qatar with the launch of a spectacular new seaview hotel in Doha,...

Hawaii’s Hotel Lanai re-opens with a New York chef

Hotel Lanai, a historic property located in the heart of Lanai City, Hawaii, has reopened its doors following a transformative renovation. The first guests...

Embassy Suites Birmingham Alabama welcomes new General Manager

Hilton announced today the appointment of Jose M. Pereira as General Manager of Embassy Suites Birmingham Alabama, effective immediately. Pereira will lead the...

Hotel construction booming in anticipation of World Expo in Shanghai

The hotel market of the southern Chinese metropole has grown by 20 new upscale projects with a total room number of more than 6,200.

Spain trying to shake off cheap “holiday-in-the-sun” image

MADRID — Half a century after it pioneered the cheap "holiday-in-the-sun" package deal, Spain is seeking to upgrade its image by convincing the discerning and affluent tourist that it has much more

New president appointed to Choice Hotels upscale and extended stay brands

Choice Hotels International, Inc., today announced that it has appointed Kevin Lewis as president, upscale and extended stay brands.

Peru lures wealthy tourists with luxury train, yoga

CUZCO, Peru (Reuters Life!) - Complete with five-star hotels, world-class restaurants, luxury trains and an indoor oxygen system, Tim Jones' trip to the famous Inca ruins at Machu Picchu in Peru was anything but rough. And Peru's government could not be happier with tourists who spend more than thrifty backpackers who have long had a strong presence in the Andean country's tourism market.
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