Dry niche courted

Wastnage, Justin
June 2007
Travel Weekly Australia;6/8/2007, Issue 51, p3
Trade Publication
The article reports on the construction of the latest first dry hotel announced by Flora Group of Hotels and Tamani Hotels and Resorts in Dubai, United Arab Emirates. The hotel is said to be the first Western chain to invest in shariacompliant hotels, with the launch of its Shaza sub brand. The dry hotel is expected to see an expansion across the Islamic world including countries closer to the country such as Brunei, Indonesia and Malaysia.


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