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  • Luxury hotels expand in the Middle East
  • Luxury hotels expand in the Middle East
    Elmar Bajora (2011) ©
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Luxury hotels expand in the Middle East

From mind-boggling skyscrapers to high-end luxe boutiques, the Middle East has long been recognised as a destination for supercharged luxury experiences. And even at a time when geopolitical concerns are rife, major luxury hotel groups are still forging on with expansion.

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