Marriott International has reinforced its commitment to Egypt with the launch of Tahseen, a unique hospitality training program developed in response to a growing need for talent within the industry. Created in partnership with Helwan University and Professional Development Foundation (PDF), the program is focused on fast tracking the next generation of hospitality leaders from
In partnership with Al Murjan Group, the company will introduce the region’s first Delta Hotel by Marriott along with a Four Points by Sheraton and a Marriott Executive Apartments As part of its ongoing commitment to the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, Marriott International has today announced three deal signings in Jeddah with the Al Murjan Group.
Marriott International today announced the debut of Element Hotels in the Middle East and Africa with the opening of Element Me’aisam in Dubai.
Marriott International is on course to create 30,000 new jobs across the region over the next five years.
Aloft Me’aisam will be opening in Dubai in the coming days…
Square, a new nightclub at Dubai’s JW Marriott Marquis, has opened its doors. Offering a setting inspired by the ‘underground’ streets of London, the space mimics an abandoned subway station covered in graffiti and artwork by Banksy and MTO. David King-Underwood, managing director, The KNG Group, commented: “Square responds to the gap in the market
24 members of the Marriott International Middle East and Africa team will be taking part in a 600km cycle across Jordan. The cycle will be in aid of the group’s Road to Awareness campaign which aims to help raise much-needed funds for children in need. Aimee Davidson, senior revenue manager at Marriott International, is participating
Marriott International and Khamas Group of Investment have announced an agreement for a Courtyard by Marriott and Residence Inn by Marriott. The two new hotels will be situated in Jumeirah Village Circle (JVC). They are scheduled to open in 2020, the two hotels combined will add 250 rooms to Marriott’s portfolio in the United Arab
Marriott International has appointed Stuart Birkwood as cluster general manager for its upcoming properties in Dubai – Aloft Me’aisem, Element Me’aisem, and Aloft Dubai South. Aloft Me’aisem is due to open at the end of the year; Element Me’aisem will mark the debut of the Element brand in the Middle East while the 145-room Aloft Dubai
Volunteer associates at more than 70 participating Marriott hotels in the Middle East, including 38 in UAE, celebrated Ramadan with the company’s annual ‘Iftar for Cabs’ initiative. Staff at participating hotels prepared iftar packs with a selection of food and beverage items and distributed these to taxi drivers at the premises on 14 June during