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17. Starwood to Open Six Hotels in New York Before Year End
Starwood to Open Six Hotels in New York Before Year End. Starwood Hotels and Resorts is to grow its New York City portfolio by 50% this year and open more hotels in New York in 2010 than any other city in the world. Today, Starwood operates 12 hotels in the Big Apple across six of its nine brands. The companys NYC boom will result in 18 hotels including the debut of Starwoods two
18. Russia Now Worlds 2nd Fastest Growing Outbound Travel Market
Fuelled by its growing middle class and rising spending power, Russia is experiencing a travel boom like never before. According to research by Hotels.com, which has just published its Russian International Travel Monitor (RITM), almost half (49%) of hoteliers worldwide have seen a rise in Russian guests in the last year, with 54% of those hoteliers seeing bookings grow by more tha
19. Dubai to Host one of the World's Most Important Airport Shows in June
Dubai to Host one of the World's Most Important Airport Shows in June. With a record line up of more than 600 suppliers from 40 countries, and over 6,000 visitors expected to attend, the show has grown by 12% this year in line with the ongoing aviation boom across the Middle East, South Asia and Africa. Manufacturers and suppliers heading for Dubai from around the world have major
20. UNWTO Asia Pacific Members Express Support for Japan
UNWTO Asia Pacific Members Express Support for Japan. International tourism in Asia and the Pacific grew by more than 13% in 2010, making it the first region to recover from the financial and economic crisis. Against this backdrop, UNWTO expects international tourist arrivals to Asia to grow between 7-9% in 2011. An expanding economy is the primary driver of the tourism boom in bot
21. Study Shows Popular Fish Consumed in Hong Kong Under Serious Threat
A new study on the future of fish in the South China Sea reveals that key species consumed in Hong Kong are under serious threat from overfishing and habitat destruction, and unless immediate action is taken it will be too late. Some of the topline findings of the study - Boom or Bust, The Future of Fish in the South China Sea - show that some marine resources have been fished down
22. Good Prospects for Europes Travel Industry
Good Prospects for Europes Travel Industry. According to figures from UNWTO, international arrivals in Europe this year will rise by 1 to 3%, while IPK International predicts a 1 to 2% increase in travel within Europe. Short-distance travel in Europe stagnated, whereas long-haul trips undertaken by Europeans grew by 5%. The cruise market continued to boom. Both sea and river cruis
23. 3,700 additional Hotel Rooms to open in Ras Al Khaimah within next Five Years
3,700 additional Hotel Rooms to open in Ras Al Khaimah within next Five Years. Nearly two dozen 5-star hotels plus several more premium hotel and hotel apartment operators are start operations in Ras Al Khaimah within the next five years, as the emirate continues to enjoy its unprecedented tourism boom. The new hotels are expected to more than double the current supply of hotel roo
24. Shark Dives Now Available at Dubai Aquarium & Underwater Zoo
Shark Dives Now Available at Dubai Aquarium & Underwater Zoo. Divers will explore the 51m x 20m x 11m aquarium, which is one of the largest in the world, coming face-to-face with resident Sand Tiger sharks, Reef sharks, Leopard sharks, Giant Groupers and Stingrays, among others.

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