Josh Corder

Skift's Middle East Reporter: Josh Corder is the company's reporter out of Dubai, covering on the region's hospitality, travel and tourism sectors. He has been in the region for close to five years, previously running Hotelier Middle East's website and magazine. He is known for his investigative approach in covering the region.

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Hotels

Aman Dubai Could Be City’s Priciest Hotel: See How it Compares

Aman Dubai is scheduled to open in 2027, and wants to shake up the city as Aman did in New York.

Aman Dubai Could Be City’s Priciest Hotel: See How it Compares

Hotels

Jumeirah Names Chief Brand Officer One Week After CEO Shake-Up

Even without a CEO, Jumeirah's "2030 Mission" for growth remains on track.

Jumeirah Names Chief Brand Officer One Week After CEO Shake-Up

Cruises

The Cruise Arabia Alliance: Gulf Tourism is Getting More Collaborative

It is the latest development in trying to promote multi-country holidays in the Gulf.

The Cruise Arabia Alliance: Gulf Tourism is Getting More Collaborative

Tourism

Move Over Vegas, Saudi Unveils New Formula One Track

It may not have a 336-foot Sphere with U2, but the Qiddiya Speed Track isn't short of ambition.

Move Over Vegas, Saudi Unveils New Formula One Track

Hotels

Four Seasons Continues Its Signing Spree in Saudi Arabia

Saudi Arabia is now one of Four Seasons' largest growth markets.

Four Seasons Continues Its Signing Spree in Saudi Arabia

Hotels

Hilton’s Most Luxurious Brand Announces ‘Agritourism Resort’

Up till now, the LXR name has been reserved for private islands and palatial hotels. Now it's going to be used for an upmarket farming retreat.

Hilton’s Most Luxurious Brand Announces ‘Agritourism Resort’

Tourism

​​Dubai Hotels and Restaurants Featured In Netflix’s ‘Somebody Feed Phil’

Dubai gets a dedicated episode on 'Somebody Feed Phil'; right at the time that Dubai Tourism is going big on food.

​​Dubai Hotels and Restaurants Featured In Netflix’s ‘Somebody Feed Phil’

Tourism

Saudi’s New Campaign For AIUIa Promotes Heritage Sites

It may not feature a footballer, but AlUla hopes its new global brand campaign will drive international visits.

Saudi’s New Campaign For AIUIa Promotes Heritage Sites

Hotels

UAE Group Launches Casino Resort in Georgia with Fractional Ownership – Yours for $90K

Abu Dhabi group Rotana is trying its hand at a casino in Georgia, meanwhile, gaming is in the cards back home in the UAE.

UAE Group Launches Casino Resort in Georgia with Fractional Ownership – Yours for $90K

Hotels

Jumeirah Group’s Leadership Vacuum: 3 CEOs in 8 Years

Despite being located in the global center of luxury hospitality, Jumeirah has struggled somewhat to grow its footprint.

Jumeirah Group’s Leadership Vacuum: 3 CEOs in 8 Years