Sheraton Cairo Hotel & Casino reopens

by Patrick Ryan | 02 Jul 2017

 Sheraton Cairo Hotel & Casino has reopened in the Egyptian capital. The reopening marks the return of a landmark property that has been in Cairo for the past four decades. “Sheraton Cairo was our first Sheraton hotel in Africa and has been a local icon since it’s opening in 1971,” said Alex Kyriakidis, president and

Gary Rhodes to open cinema projects in Doha and Egypt

by Crystal Chesters | 26 Jan 2017

British celebrity chef, Gary Rhodes OBE, will open two more projects in the Middle East & Africa region, in partnership with Vox Cinemas. Theatre by Rhodes in Doha Festival City and a Gold cinema project in Mall of Egypt, Cairo, are scheduled to open on 2 March. Commenting on the new ventures, Gary Rhodes told Catering News: “I’m

Middle East hotels see performance slump

by Sophia Soltani | 06 Dec 2016

According to the latest report from STR, hotels in the Middle East reported negative results in October 2016, while hotels in Africa posted mixed results in the three key performance metrics.  Compared with October 2015, the Middle East reported a 4.4% decrease in occupancy to 64%, a 9% drop in average daily rates (ADR) to

Enab Beirut comes to Dubai

by Crystal Chesters | 03 Dec 2016

Enab Beirut, a Lebanese restaurant brand will open in Dubai’s City Walk 2 this month. The venue’s interiors will feature printed, mismatched seating juxtaposed with bright, solid colours on the walls, vintage bird cages and potted plants, reflecting the features of a typical Lebanese home. The menu comprises traditional Lebanese items, such as salads, cold

Country Report: All eyes on Egypt

by Sophia Soltani | 07 Jun 2016

With political instability, security breaches and the recent loss of the EgyptAir flight, it’s been a turbulent few years for Egypt. Hotel News ME analyses the country’s infrastructure and upcoming hotel supply to unveil how the region will once again bounce back and restore its flourishing tourism industry to its former glory.   The once

Cairo to require 10,000 keys by 2025

by Dina Maaty | 16 Sep 2015

Cairo to require 10,000 keys by 2025  Over the next five to 10 years, Cairo can be expected to witness an average increase in demand of 7.5% for hospitality projects, resulting in a need to add 10,540 new keys to its hotel inventory by 2025. The data, released by Colliers in its Greater Cairo Real Estate

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