Radisson Hotel Group concludes a successful 2021 of regional growth in the Middle East

Dubai – Radisson Hotel Group, one of the world’s leading hotel groups, looks prudently optimistic into 2022. It positively strengthens its presence in the Middle East and further regional expansion in KSA with two more new openings in the pipeline before the end of the year, contributing to the Group sealing more than 250 hotels signed since the start of the pandemic.

With over 75 hotels in operation and under development in the region, the Middle East remains a key focus for Radisson Hotel Group’s global strategy. This year, the Group continued its development momentum, adding over 2,000 keys to

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Gas, hotel, and rental car prices soar as summer travel booms

Summer travel is heating up — and so are the prices. With vaccinations widely available, an estimated 47 million Americans will jump in a car or board an airplane to travel for this Fourth of July weekend, marking the second-highest Independence Day travel volume on record since 2000, according to the American Automobile Association. 

It may also be one of the most expensive, as prices are rising for gas, hotels, and rental cars. Gas prices hit the highest amount in seven years—a national average of $3.12 a gallon, according to GasBuddy, which tracks real-time fuel prices. Rental cars, too,

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Khloe Kardashian flaunts her beach body and stretch marks in latest photos

Khloe Kardashian is the latest celebrity to have embraced and presented a positive body image to her social media followers. She shared pictures from her vacation in Turks and Caicos, which she is currently enjoying with her sisters Kim, Kourtney and Kylie.

In the beach photos, while the sisters are seen flaunting their beach looks and showing off their swimwear, Khloe (36), has posted a few pictures, including that of a close-up of her sandy upper thigh and backside, in a Good American purple bikini. “I love my stripes,” she has captioned the picture, referring to her stretch marks.


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Travel site Trivago pivots in pandemic to cut costs, grow product line

Axel Hefer, CEO of Trivago


It’s been said there’s no gain without pain and that what doesn’t kill you makes you stronger.

Online travel search firm Trivago seems to have taken the sentiment to heart amid an ongoing pandemic that’s put its industry through the wringer for some 14 months.

First-quarter revenue at the Dusseldorf, Germany-based company — which Expedia Group holds a majority stake in — was down 73% compared to the same period in 2020 and qualified referrals plunged 55%.

Despite that, CEO Axel Hefer is upbeat about Trivago’s prospects.

His team made strategic cuts, while mapping

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