TopHotelProjects World Tour event in Dubai set for September 19

Taking place at The H Dubai, the event will see multiple networking sessions mixed with panel discussions and presentations

Four Seasons in Kuwait is in the running for an award at the event.
Four Seasons in Kuwait is in the running for an award at the event.

The TopHotelProjects World Tour will continue its 2017 travels, with its Dubai installment set to take place on September 19 at The H Dubai.

The day will see multiple networking sessions mixed with panel discussions and presentations. One of the highlights is the 'Creative Spark' sessions, where three hotels will showcase their contemporary designs to battle it out to win an award in the Creative Spark category.

First up is the Anantara Mina Al Arab Ras Al Khaimah Resort in Ras Al Khaimah, UAE, designed by American interior architecture firm Wilson Associates. Second, the audience will hear about the Rotana TECOM, which has been designed by Interior Motives in Dubai  Finally, the five-star Burj Alshaya Four Seasons by Gensler in Kuwait City will present its case.

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The event will also host a panel discussion titled 'Digitalisation in hotels: disruptor or experience enhancer?'. Moderated by Blink Design Group's Mark Eacott, panellists include Swiss-Belhotel International's Laurent A. Voivenel, Mad Talks' Tariq Qureishy, and B+C Strategists' Anton Schubert.

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