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A spectacular seaplane flight over Dubai with Seawings for two persons.

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Which are the Seawings bases in Dubai?

1. Jebel Ali Hotel, Dubai Creek & Golf Club, Dubai Cruise Terminal & Jumeirah Beach Hotel.

2. Jebel Ali Hotel, Dubai Creek & Golf Club, Atlantis the Palm & Jumeirah Beach Hotel.

3. Jebel Ali Hotel, Dubai Cruise Terminal, Atlantis the Palm & Jumeirah Beach Hotel.


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Melia Kuala Lumpur, family rooms in a class of its own
In pursuance towards commitment and continuous dedication to provide guests with a holistic living, Melia Kuala Lumpur is proud to introduce their creatively furbished Family Rooms.  Melia Family Guestrooms which are set to accommodate guests with the ultimate in family lifestyle comfort.  The parent’s room comes with a king size bed interconnected with the children’s rooms. Melia Kuala Lumpur, an international 4-star hotel is part of Melia Hotels International, the largest resort hotel chain in the world. The group operates more than 400 hotels and resorts in 35 countries on 4 continents under its Melia, Tryp, Paradisus, Melia Vacation Club and Luxury Lifestyles Hotels & Resorts brands.

Indonesia targets Middle East for tourism growth
Indonesia, the world’s largest archipelago of more than 17,500 islands, expects a further boost with tourist interest from the Middle East, particularly the UAE. According to the data from the National Statistical Bureau, the UAE is an increasingly important growth area for Indonesia’s tourism sector, with the number of UAE visitors to Indonesia increasing by more than 30 per cent between 2009 and 2010, climbing to more than 4,900 from 3,760. In addition to exploring Indonesia’s cultural diversity and natural beauty among its 17,500 islands, Indonesia also offers many other tourism opportunities. These include adventure tourism, shopping in Jakarta and Bandung, world-class golf courses and traditional health and beauty treatments, all within a safe, family-oriented holiday destination

Accor expands its portfolio in Saudi Arabia
Accor Middle East, one of the leading hospitality groups in the region, has announced it is strengthening its presence in Saudi Arabia. In addition to its current 10 hotels in Saudi Arabia, representing 2,190 rooms in five different cities, Accor is expected to open three new hotels by the end of 2012 and has signed management contracts for a further two hotels. The current network of Accor hotels in Saudi Arabia covers brands such as Sofitel, Novotel and Mercure. Some of the flagship properties can be seen for example in Riyadh with Novotel Al Anoud or in Al Khobar with Sofitel the Corniche.

Ayla Hotels introduces Ayla Hotel Al Ain
Ayla Hotels & Resorts Management, a new hospitality division of Nael and Bin Harmal Group, has announced it has recently opened a four-star deluxe property, namely Ayla Hotel located in Al Ain, in a bid to rapidly penetrate the hospitality market. Located in the heart of Al Ain city & easily accessible from major corporate venues, Ayla Hotel has been enjoying positive business due to its various offerings, a large choice of accommodation options, dining options, meeting spaces & an extensive array of leisure activities. At an attractive offer per room per night, guests at Ayla Hotel can also enjoy complimentary entry to the ice ring or kid’s play area at Bawadi Mall.

Ritz-Carlton embarks on global expansion
The Ritz-Carlton Hotel Company has launched a major expansion and development initiative, which will bring the number of properties in its global portfolio to over 100 by 2016. The initiative, which will involve 36 hotels and residential projects, represents an investment of more than US$2 billion. Properties including The Ritz-Carlton, Riyadh, The Ritz-Carlton Abu Dhabi, Grand Canal, and The Ritz-Carlton Residences in Singapore are scheduled to debut by end 2011. Hotel openings in emerging destinations such as Chengdu, and an expansion of The Ritz-Carlton, Dubai are slated for 2012. By 2013, Ritz-Carlton plans to have a presence in places such as Quy Nhon in Vietnam, and Cairo in Egypt.

Hilton in deal to take over RAK's Al Hamra hotel

US hotelier Hilton Worldwide has signed a deal to take over operation of the government-owned Al Hamra Fort Hotel in Ras Al Khaimah.
The 249-room hotel, one of the emirate’s oldest - will become part of Hilton’s property portfolio in the first quarter of 2013. The hotel will keep its Arabic fort-style villas but will undergo extensive renovation to enhance and update facilities. Hilton Al Hamra Resort & Spa will feature eight food and beverage outlets including an all-day dining restaurant and three specialty restaurants, in addition to a lobby lounge and three bars. Recreational facilities will include an executive lounge, private beach, water sports facilities, swimming pools, kids club, mini-golf facilities, tennis courts and a health club and spa.

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