Christmas Gift Guide 2014 Buy iPhone 6 at Apple Store When it comes to luxury travel, brand’s fame and influence isn’t enough – besides impeccable service delivery, great management and uniqueness are required. The United Arab Emirates was one of the leaders at the 2014 World Luxury Hotel Awards with a number of winning hotels, […]
Dubai’s target of 20 million visitors by 2020, part of its Tourism Vision 2020, is comfortably on track to materialize if recent increases in visitor growth continue to be matched or exceeded. However, a serious challenge is posed by the need for 283 hotels to be delivered between 2014 and 2020 to accommodate this target […]
UAE’s residential market continues to be the most preferred investment choice for MENA investors. According to JLL’s 2014 MENA Investors Sentiment Survey, the regional interest in UAE’s residential sector is still very high. However, many of participants have also shared that they were planning to focus more on the country’s hospitality real estate market next […]
Dubai hotels welcomed more than 5.8 million tourists in the first half of 2014 -the highest number of visitors ever achieved in the first six months of the year. The statistics, released by Dubai’s Department of Tourism and Commerce Marketing (DTCM) today, show increases across key indicators including hotel establishment guests, hotel and hotel apartment […]
Winners of the European World Travel Awards 2014 edition were announced last weekend in Athens, Greece, recognizing the best brands and companies in the hospitality and tourism industry. Vila Vita Parc in Portugal is the most romantic resort; Madeira is the best island, while Europe’s leading destination is Yorkshire, according to millions of people around […]
Dubai Inn, on the of the city’s most recently introduced hotel brands, promises to attract guests in a few key locations with attractive prices and large rooms. It will be one of the few mid-range hotel brands in Dubai and will have the challenging task to diversify the city’s hospitality landscape. In addition, the Dubai […]
As every year, i 2014 guest spending in Dubai’s luxury hotels is predicted to decrease by 15% during the holy month of Ramadan. Hotel’s total revenue from overnight visitors will also decline. This, combined with the typically low occupancy rate during Ramadan, could bring the gross revenue down to 35%.