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United Arab Emirates-based Nael & Bin Harmal Group has announced the opening of its first boutique hotel, the four-star Cosmopolitan Hotel. The property is situated in the Al Barsha area of Dubai. Built at a cost of over $28 million, the Cosmopolitan
The Jeema el-Fna square is the place to be as the sunsets. Imagine your delegates rubbing shoulders with storytellers, snake charmers, acrobats and folkloric bands. For dinner the Jad Mahal restaurant offers stylish décor and the best belly dancing
The Hotel Métropole in Monte-Carlo has invited designer Karl Lagerfeld to redesign its exterior. The fashion world's most prolific multi-tasker, designer Karl Lagerfeld, is branching out in to the world of luxury hotels. Having cut his teeth with a
Monaco Tourist and Convention Authority has been on tour in the South of Italy since 20 July. Various events to promote the Principality are on the programme: an exhibition of photographs depicting the Princely Family's visit to Capri in the early 60s, a
The famed cruise liner Queen Elizabeth 2, which was bought by Dubai investment firm Istithmar World in 2007 for US$100 million, will be converted into a 300-room floating hotel. The hotel will be moored in the emirate’s Port Rashid facility, which
Now that one of London's most prestigious and talked about venues, Cutty Sark, is taking bookings for private and corporate events starting in October 2012, Collette and Kerry took the time to visit the venue on a recent trip to London. The 19th century
The emphasis in Malta's tourism policy for 2012 to 2016 is on authenticity, both in terms of hotels and product, Tourism Minister Mario de Marco said this afternoon. He was speaking during the launch of the policy at the Westin in St
St. Ermins hotel in Westminster, London has been put up for sale. The property is expected to attract interest from international luxury hotel brands keen to launch a UK presence.
In former times Cais do Sodré was the place of arrival and departure for sailors from all over the world who filled the streets, but now it is now one of the Portuguese capital’s trendiest districts, offering both variety and quality.
Arrivals in hotels and other collective accommodation facilities in April stood at 121,042, up by 3.0 per cent when compared to last year, the NSO said today. Total guest nights edged down by 0.3 per cent to 632,813. Declines were registered in