Dubai hotels record strong growth during the summer holidays

 Dubai hotels recorded strong growth with high occupancy rates during the summer holidays

 and the first half of 2022, thanks to this significant growth thanks to the impetus generated by the unparalleled success Expo 2020, which attracted great interest in Dubai, and the easing of travel restrictions around the world played a role Important, and we expect the demand to increase and the hotel sector to recover during the Qatar 2022 World Cup.


Dubai hotels record strong growth during the summer holidays


The five-star Al Bandar Rotana hotel

 with stunning sea views recorded strong occupancy growth during the summer holidays and the first half of 2022.


Ayman Ashour, General Manager of Al Bandar Rotana and Arjaan by Rotana, said: “We are very proud of our hotel performance during the first half of this year, and we have great confidence in our ability to maintain this momentum until the end of the year.”


Ashour added, "Dubai received 7.1 million visitors from all over the world until June 2022, an increase of 183 percent year-on-year."





He also indicated that Emirati hotels are preparing to make the most of the World Cup events in Qatar

 explaining that his hotel receives many reservation inquiries and confirmations from large numbers of Latin Americans.


It is worth noting that average occupancy rates in Dubai reached 74% during the first half of 2022, making the city a world leader in hotel occupancy rates, ahead of New York, London and Paris, according to recent tourism data announced by the Dubai Department of Economy and Tourism (DET).


In this regard, Al Bandar Rotana also launched a new campaign at very attractive prices for this summer that includes a discount of 20% on the lowest price for the public room, with no restrictions on the length of stay, and a free extra bed in all family room categories, in addition to providing free meals and drinks to children without 6 years and 50% discount for children up to 12 years old.




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