Hyatt Hotels Corporation announced that a Hyatt affiliate has entered into a franchise agreement with ALDAU Development group for a Hyatt-branded hotel in Cairo.
Air Malta is back to Cairo after an absence of 12 years.
2018 saw strong growth for Egyptian travel and tourism as it became the fastest-growing country in North Africa, growing by 16,5 percent - second only to Ethiopia when reviewing the whole continent.
Leading five-star hotel, Concorde El Salam Hotel Cairo added a new, classic ballroom to its portfolio this May for corporate events, weddings and social soirées.
Guest loyalty and recognition are the real determinants of how successful a hotel really is. This is why InterContinental (IHG) Cairo Citystars was honored to realise how far its guests are satisfied with the services provided, when Business Traveller’s Magazine awarded the hotel the Best Business Hotel in Cairo for the sixth time.
Arrivals from the Middle East to Egypt are expected to increase 50 percent from 1,49 million in 2018 to 2,23 million in 2022 with visitors from Saudi Arabia driving this growth, according to data published ahead of Arabian Travel Market 2019 (ATM), which takes place at Dubai World Trade Centre from April 28 – 1 May 01.
UAE-headquartered TIME Hotels has announced the opening of its new Central Reservations Office (CRO) in Egypt as part of the company’s overall growth strategy to expand its footprint across the Middle East and North Africa.
For the third consecutive year, InterContinental Hotels Group (IHG) Cairo Citystars has received the Best Employer Award from the Egyptian Chamber of Human Resources Management during the Chamber’s fifth annual Misr HRians conference.
Keeping pace with its continuously evolving development programme, Aristo Developers, one of the leading companies in property development and construction in Cyprus, expands its international sales network of branches and representative offices by establishing its new office in Cairo, the largest city of Egypt and a major commercial, financial and tourist district.
Egypt’s new administrative capital will feature state-of-the-art public safety and security infrastructure following an agreement signed between the Administrative Capital for Urban Development (ACUD) and Honeywell, a global technology leader.