Hotels in the Middle East reported negative February 2018 performance results
Minor Hotels has announced it is debuting its Oaks brand in Lebanon later this year. The group has announced it has signed a management agreement with Allied Investment Group to operate Oaks Beirut. Scheduled to launch in mid 2018, the 110-key hotel will be located in Sodeco. Previously operating as Hotel de Ville Beirut, the hotel is
Radisson Blu has opened its second hotel in Beirut. The 127-room Radisson Blu Hotel, Beirut Verdun opened its doors in Verdun, one of the Lebanese capital’s prime shopping and residential districts. Tim Cordon, area senior vice president, Middle East, Turkey and Africa, Carlson Rezidor Hotel Group, said “We are delighted to open our second Radisson Blu hotel
Le Gray Beirut is aiming to attract the MICE market with a new extension opening next month. CampbellGray Hotels has invested significantly in business and events facilities, a new lobby lounge, an exhibition venue and 16 new guestrooms at its flagship property. Located in the heart of the Lebanese capital on Martyrs’ Square, close to the
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
Lebanese restaurant Al Falamanki, which opened its doors in Dubai’s Jumeirah earlier this year, has launched a store offering traditional Lebanese products. The store, “Dekkanet Al Falamanki” offers traditional village products such as spices, olive oil, jam, pickles and organic herbs, in addition to kitchenware crafted by Lebanese designers. The products available are branded with
Five new hotels have been added to the Kempinski pipeline. Hotels include new openings in Italy, China, Lebanon, Ghana, and Saudi Arabia, which are all set to join Kempinski’s portfolio during 2016. The group currently operates 72 hotels in 31 countries, with a further 33 projects in the pipeline – including the Kempinski Hotel The
Pinnacle Restaurant and Catering Management Company has franchised the Classic Burger Joint business model and imported it to the UAE’s dining scene.