In Brief

Abuseif, head of Travel Plus, with the Peltours team

Peltours signs up with Mövenpick Alamein
EL ALAMEIN: The Mövenpick Resort & Spa El Alamein on the North Coast of Egypt signed the first international charter with the famous British operator, Peltours to start operating to the north coast.

The Mövenpick Hotels & Resort is considered one the pioneers discovering this area as a potential destination and also the first in marketing this promising area described as the Egyptian Mediterranean Riviera.

Oberoi Hotels launches promotion
MANAMA: India-based Oberoi Group of Hotels is offering two vacation promotions to India for Summer 2005. Making a presentation on the promotions at the Unitag House in Bahrain, Lincy Mary Isaac, the director of sales and marketing, gave details of the two plans. “The packages are for eight nights and 12 nights,” she explained. “In the eight nights package, paid nights are four and the remaining four are free. The 12 nights package entails seven free nights and five paid nights at any the deluxe properties in Mumbai, Delhi, Udaipur, Jaipur, Agra, Shimla and Ranthambore. The packages are available from Sunshine Tours and other major tour operators in Bahrain

Hyatt Regency opens The Kitchen
DUBAI: The first phase of Hyatt Regency Dubai’s ambitious refinement project has been opened to guests and visitors, including brand-new international restaurant, The Kitchen, located on the ground floor of the hotel, adjacent to the new lobby. The Kitchen offers a culinary combination of Western, Middle Eastern and Asian inspired foods, served in an intimate and stylish setting. Featuring a dynamic open kitchen and visually inspiring desert buffet, The Kitchen is a dining spectacle for those who enjoy watching expert chefs at work.