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Luxury hotel focus for new Welsh tourism strategy
A focus on more luxury hotels and high end "reputation-changing" products will form the basis of the new Welsh tourism strategy, the Economy Minister will announce today. Edwina Hart will launch the Strategy for Tourism 2013-2020 at Dyffryn House in St ...
Welsh tourism: USA, Germany and Ireland are targeted BBC Bristol website
Welsh tourism wants more spas and heritage hotels to boost numbers Spa Opportunities
More overseas visitors in Wales tourism 2020 vision Daily Post North Wales
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Occupancy rate up despite increase in hotels: QTA
The figures show that the total number of tourists from GCC countries grew by 13 percent and that tourists from the world have increased by 10 percent last year. Eighty-one hotels in 2012 offered a total of 13,407 rooms, achieving 60 percent occupancy ...
Qatar Tourism Authority unveils plans for Eid Festivals Gulf Times
Qatar Tourism Authority launches 'Eid Al Fitr & Eid Al Adha Festivals' AME Info (press release)
Qatar building 77 new hotels: QDB analysts MENAFN.COM
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Support Sustainable Tourism and Keep Hotels Afloat at the Dead Sea in Jordan
At one of the most famous natural spas in the world, the shores of the Dead Sea, Veronica begins her much-anticipated skin care treatment.The 34-year-old Italian tourist rubs the famous black mud on her pale white skin and waits under the hot sun for ...
Vacation and Business Tourism in Ghana: Labadi Beach Hotel
I have been in Ghana for the last seven years, but have worked in Tanzania, Namibia and South Africa. My role has primarily been to open new hotels and to rebrand or to redevelop existing hotels in the aforementioned countries. You have a huge project ...
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