Hyatt has tripled the number of hotels in its portfolio in Europe over the past four years. BY CLARE NICHOLLS Hyatt Hotels Corporation has revealed that 45% of the properties that joined its system in 2022 were based in Europe, the Middle East and Africa (EMEA). The region’s contribution to the Hyatt growth journey continues into 2023 through...
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Dial K for ‘Khakistocracy’
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Russian Jets Down US Drone Over Black Sea, Ukraine Army “Degraded”, Putin Blames US for Nord Attack
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