Ahead of the inaugural Iran Hotel and Tourism Investment Conference (IHTIC) from February 7-8, Jonathan Worsley, Chairman of Bench Events, captured some top tips from Christopher Hewett, Associate Director, at TRI Hospitality Consulting about doing business in Iran.
Iran is committed towards economic growth and transforming the country into a popular destination for business and leisure tourism, and business leaders will plan this revamp of Iran’s hospitality industry at the first Iran Hotel and Tourism Investment Conference (IHTIC) in Tehran.
Iran is proving to be an increasingly popular destination for air travellers, experiencing growing passenger numbers from around the world
There are big challenges ahead, but the decision by many countries to lift sanctions following the nuclear deal, has opened up investor potential like nowhere else.
Meliá becomes one of the first International Groups to join the promising tourist development of the country.
Two new hotels – Novotel IKIA and ibis IKIA – are connected to the main terminal of Imam Khomeini International Airport and scheduled to open in October 2015.
Hotel experts believe the coming years will bring a strong increase in tourism to Iran, yet there are currently only five new hotels in the pipeline there.