Tag: Tourism

Ayla Oasis

Aqaba Rising: Ayla – Build it and they will Come

Ayla, a sprawling Dubai-style development featuring a world class golf course and man-made lagoons, is shaping up to be central to Aqaba’s plans to become a world class tourism and leisure destination. There are several multimillion-dollar mixed-use mega projects under…

Several International Brands Planning to Pull Out of Jordan

Several international clothing brands are preparing to leave Jordan due to falling sales in a retail market increasingly weighed down by rising taxes and reduced disposable income among consumers, the head of the Textile and Ready-Made Garments Syndicate said. While…

The Finer Things: Hotels

Top executives already have enough tough choices and compromises to make in the boardroom without having to worry about settling for second best in the rest of their everyday lives. With this in mind, we’ve put together a comprehensive guide…

The Finer Things-Travel: Clinique la Prairie, Clarens-Montreux, Switzerland

The Finer Things: Traveling

Top executives already have enough tough choices and compromises to make in the boardroom without having to worry about settling for second best in the rest of their everyday lives. With this in mind, we’ve put together a comprehensive guide…

Royal Jordanian's Crown Lounge at Queen Alia International Airport

RJ’s QAIA Lounge Voted Best in Africa and Middle East

In a sign the Kingdom’s aviation sector is successfully wooing coveted frequent flyers, Royal Jordanian’s Crown lounge at Queen Alia International Airport (QAIA) was named the best in Africa and the Middle East at the Priority Pass Airport Lounge of…

Ramada

Ramada Resort Dead Sea Under New Management

Ramada Worldwide, part of the Wyndham Hotels Group, the largest hotel chain in the world, is proud to announce the take- over of the management of the former Winter Valley Warwick Resort & Spa Dead Sea with effect as of 1st December 2015….

Bringing them Back: Boosting Jordan’s Ailing Visitor Numbers

Sapped by continuing conflict in surrounding countries, Jordan’s tourism sector has seen better times. But the Kingdom’s Tourism Minister Nayef al-Fayez is leading an ambitious drive to encourage visitors to return. By Elisa Oddone In the new science fiction epic…

Jordan Starts Offering Unified Tourist Site Ticket

In a move designed to boost visitor numbers to Jordan, the Ministry of Tourism has begun offering tourists the chance to buy a single ticket that gives them access to most of the Kingdom’s major archaeologist sites and museums. The…

Kjeld Binger, CEO of Airport International Group (AIG)

QAIA: Flying High

In the space of a few years, Queen Alia International Airport (QAIA) went from being one of the region’s worst regarded aviation hubs to one of its best. How did they do it? Earlier this year, QAIA was voted the…

Hilton’s High Hopes for Dead Sea Resort

Hilton’s regional chief says his new Dead Sea resort will be open this summer, ready to take on the competition in Jordan’s increasingly competitive hospitality market. Hilton is set to expand its presence in Jordan this summer with the opening…