BoHoNews · Paul Bridger, Rove Hotels, on diversifying operations
UAE: Lifestyle hospitality brand Rove Hotels has set a regional expansion goal across the GCC, targeting 10,000 rooms in operation or under development over the next five years.
UAE: Emirati hotel brand Rove Hotels has ventured into branded residential housing and serviced residences by introducing Rove Home.
Hosted by BHN editor – hospitality Eloise Hanson Sponsored by Rove Hotels The MEA region has long been recognised as an affluent travel destination with luxury hotels dominating the market. As travellers’ preferences evolve, there has been a shift towards a more personalised, experiential, and local approach to hospitality. Enter
UAE: Emaar’s Rove Hotels has opened opened Rove City Walk, and in doing so reached 3,000 operational rooms in Dubai. Rove City Walk is the brand’s latest property, located in “Dubai’s coolest creative lifestyle community”. The hotel is directly opposite the biggest event arena in the city – Coca-Cola Arena
Dubai: Rove Hotels is currently recruiting for a reporter to spend six months documenting the Expo 2020 Dubai. As part of the role, Rove will cover all travel costs, provide free accommodation at one of the Rove Hotels’ in the area, and offer complimentary meals at The Daily restaurant as
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After a topsy-turvy 2022, here are some hospitality and real estate trends for the year ahead, some more unexpected than others. IHM’s editorial team – George Sell, Paul Stevens and Eloise Hanson – reports.
BHN editor Eloise Hanson outlines six hotel and travel trends expected to shape the industry in 2023.