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UNWTO Names Luxor 2016 World Tourism Capital

Luxor, Egypt was unanimously chosen to be the world tourism capital for 2016 by the Executive Council of the United Nations World Tourism Organization [UNWTO]. Luxor will also host the UNWTO meetings in October,...

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ATM 2016 Attracts Record 28,000 Visitors

Trade visitors to annual travel trade event grow 7% 9% increase in Buyers’ Club members Arabian Travel Market [ATM] 2016 posted a 7% year-on-year rise in visitor numbers with more than 28,000 trade visitors...

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Industry Salutes Togo’s Best Five Star Hotel

Togo’s top internationally-branded five-star hotel has opened – providing delegates to the forthcoming Africa Hotel Investment Forum [AHIF] in Lomé on June 21-22 with a prime example of achievement in a continent often perceived...

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Intercontinental Hotel: Lagos Show Of Shame

According to Wikipedia, online information warehouse, InterContinental Hotels Group Plc, informally InterContinental Hotels or IHG is an English multinational hotels company headquartered in Denham, United Kingdom. IHG has over 710,000 rooms and 4,800 hotels...

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New Dates For AHIF In Togo: 21-22 June

The new dates for the Africa Hotel Investment Forum in Togo have been announced and the event will now take place on 21-22 June 2016. The conference, which was scheduled for April, had to...