Breaking Travel News interview: Christophe Schnyder, general manager, Sofitel Dubai the Palm Resort | Focus

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Katie Jensen speaks to Christophe Schnyder from Sofitel Dubai the Palm Resort about winning at the World Travel Awards Sofitel Dubai the Palm Resort & Spa has scooped a number of top titles at the World Travel Awards. Situated on the Palm Jumeirah in Dubai, general manager Christophe Schnyder told Breaking Travel News the trophies[…]

Dubai’s residential capital values down 13.8pc in December

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The residential capital values in Dubai for December registered a 13.8 per cent drop compared to the previous year, standing at 65.3 points. It fell 0.1 per cent on month-on-month basis, thus clocking the lowest rate of decline in three years, according to leading UAE-based local consulting firm ValuStrat.   The citywide capital values of[…]

Travel concierge service charges members £40k for private Covid jab

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An elite members-only travel concierge service is charging the world’s mega-rich £40,000 to fly them out to Dubai and India for a Covid vaccine. The Knightsbridge Circle is offering its £25,000-a-year members first-class travel to countries who administer the sought-after vaccines privately. The club has been offering both the Pfizer and the Sinopharm jabs to over-65s only in[…]

Accor’s Aparthotel Adagio Dubai Deira opens its doors

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Loading Share Content… Accor Group’s living concept, Aparthotel Adagio Dubai Deira, has opened its doors. The modern property is located within the heart of Dubai’s heritage centre and boasts panoramic views of the city. Aparthotel Adagio Dubai Deira features 189 fully furnished contemporary apartments including 69 studio apartments, 90 one-bedroom and 30 two-bedroom apartments. All[…]

DAMAC: Dubai developer wants to do more business with Trump

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Dubai property developer wants to do more business with Trump

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Corporate America may be on the run from President Donald Trump, but at least one of its international business partners is backing it. Hussain Sajwani, the chairman of real estate developer DAMAC, has said he wants to expand his relationship with the Trump organization despite the president’s role in triggering a violent siege last week[…]