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Celebrate KSA National Day with Novotel Dubai Al Barsha

Novotel Dubai Al Barsha, the central hospitality destination in the heart of Dubai, is thrilled to unveil its KSA National Day offer, ideal for KSA-based families and couples seeking a getaway to Dubai for the National Day weekend.  For AED599, the remarkable full-board package promises an unforgettable experience, ideal for commemorating the holiday with friends or
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ASCOTT DIALS UP ON HOTEL-IN-RESIDENCE HYBRID MODEL AMID RENEWED HOSPITALITY LANDSCAPE OF NEW TRAVEL PREFERENCES

GCC, August 2023 – The Ascott Limited (Ascott), a lodging business unit wholly owned by CapitaLand Investment (CLI), today announced the refresh of its flagship namesake brand, Ascott. This brand refresh showcases its flex-hybrid accommodation concept that has proven resilient through and post-pandemic, and has increasingly come to the forefront as the preferred model in
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Make your special day more magical and create your dream wedding at the Radisson Resort Ras Al Khaimah Marjan Island!

Share the most wonderful day in your life with your loved ones – we’ll make sure it’s simply perfect and true to you. Our venues are ideally set-up for weddings, o­ffering flawless attention to your every wish. Discover our versatile wedding packages and bring your biggest dreams to life with our delicious menu specials and […]
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ONG-STAY HOTEL LIVING RISES IN POPULARITY

Dubai, United Arab Emirates, 7th August 2023: In the first six months of 2023, Dubai’s population increased by 50,000 people, marking the emirate’s ongoing success and global appeal. The city has also experienced a 28.5 per cent increase in rent over the last 12 months – another sign of the flourishing expat community. The growing population and