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%.
Tilal Liwa Hotel announced that it has received the TripAdvisor® Certificate of Excellence award for the third consecutive year. The accolade, which honors hospitality excellence, is given only to establishments that consistently achieve outstanding traveller reviews on TripAdvisor, and is extended to qualifying businesses worldwide.
Modern and bustling with life while lately overcrowded, the Downtown Dubai offers its residents a wide range of entertainment, shopping and leisure outlets, as well as fresh green spaces and beautiful views of some of icons of the city. Tens of thousands of tourists are also attracted to the exciting life in the heart of […]
The hospitality sector in Dubai is going at fast pace with tens of hotels opening every year and constantly rising occupancy rates. Preparing to host World Expo 2020, the city has announced several major projects, designed to increase the number of hotel rooms and meet the growing demand. And while businesses are positive about the […]
Figures show a 10.6 per cent increase year-on-year in Dubai hotels guests number Hotel and hotel apartment operator revenues rise 16.1 per cent to AED 21.8 billion Dubai hotels welcomed more than 11 million guests in 2013 – an increase of just over one million on the 2012 numbers and a positive indication that Dubai […]
As a huge step in its expansion across the Middle East and Africa, Marriott International announced on Sunday the official opening of two new hotels in Dubai. Located near Zabeel Palace, the two new properties are showcasing new brand transformation, including a new logo, re-designed lobbies and public spaces.