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A number of hotels in Mecca and Medina have returned the residence charges of Qatari citizens who booked rooms at properties across the regions and left before their stay expired and also refunded fees of those who were unable to visit.

Aiming to improve its loyalty offerings, Oman Air has recently signed a partnership agreement with Kaligo Travel Solutions enabling Sindbad membership holders to earn up to 15 miles for every USD1 spent on hotel bookings through Kaligo Travel Solutions' website.

GTA Middle East has signed an exclusive three-month agreement with Geneva Tourism & Conventions Foundation in a common effort to encourage family and leisure travel from the GCC region to Geneva.

TripAdvisor has presented a new streamlined experience for its native iOS application, allowing travellers to seamlessly plan every aspect of their trip, including finding the lowest price for the right hotel, as well as retrieve the best value on flights, vacation rentals, restaurants and things to do in-destination.

In partnership with Redburn Development, Marriott International announced the signing of The Wick as part of its Tribute Portfolio, the company's newest brand of independent hotels around the world.

Action Hotels has selected Novotel as the brand partner for its fourth Australian hotel, Novotel Melbourne South Wharf, located at the Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre.

Mafraq Hotel & Resort has successfully participated in the Abu Dhabi Tourism & Culture Authority promotional tour, which was held on April 11 — 13 in Saudi Arabia.

Elaf Group has entered into a strategic lease partnership agreement with Al Aqeeq Real Estate Development to rent the Al Majeedi Residential Center situated in front of Al-Masjid Al-Nabawi.

Walter Mzimba, minister of tourism, hotel and hospitality industry, Republic of Zimbabwe, visited to the National Museum at the King Abdul Aziz Historical Center in Riyadh.

In a meeting held on January 31, Qatar Airways executive board of directors announced that Hamad International Airport (HIA) will be managed and operated by a new company as an independent organism owned by Qatar Airways group.