Dubai’s Department of Tourism and Commerce Marketing (Dubai Tourism) hosted a virtual town hall meeting for industry stakeholders, providing an overview of the tourism sector and global travel updates and trends,
The UAE’s hospitality sector is on a solid growth track and marching ahead despite the COVID-19 pandemic. The Emirates’ robust new safety measures deployed across various sectors
GCC hospitality sector’s revenue will return to pre-pandemic levels in 2022 as the industry is witnessing an increase in tourist arrivals after the easing of the global travel restrictions. Mega events like Expo 2020 Dubai, the upcoming FIFA World Cup 2022 and easing of visa regulations are also contributing to industry’s
The UAE hospitality sector on track for a significant growth as the country has witnessed strong growth in tourist arrivals. A recent data showed that Emirati hotels welcomed nearly six million visitors
Al Bandar Rotana, a five-star hotel with a prime waterfront outlook, recorded robust occupancy growth during summer holidays and first half of the year. “We are very proud of our hotel performance for the first half of the year, and we are positive that we can keep the momentum till the end of the year. The impressive
Dubai welcomed nearly 4 million international overnight visitors between January and March 2022, up from 1.27 million visitors for the corresponding period last year,
Qstay currently operates close to 200 properties in the UAE and Europe, and over 200 additional units are signed.
The Expo 2020 Dubai’s positive effect is not just confined to hotels near the Expo 2020 site but other properties mainly located on Yas Island Abu Dhabi and particularly Al Raha Beach Hotel had a good business from individual guests and groups, who visited the region’s first mega event.
Indian hospitality sector has witnessed a rapid and strong recovery post the third wave in January, driven by growth in demand for leisure, wedding, and business travel.