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Dubai hotels records more than three million occupied room nights, before Expo 2020 even began

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Dubai hotels recorded multiple million consumed room evenings for the period of September. This is before Expo 2020 Dubai even started, giving a confident standpoint for inns once October figures are delivered.

Occupied room evenings for September YTD hit 21.36 million, as indicated by Dubai Tourism (presently Dubai’s Department of Economy and Tourism) Tourism Performance Report January to September 2021. Altogether, the emirate invite 3.85 million short-term guests up to September this year.

Normal every day rate for the period arrived at AED352, while RevPAR arrived at AED217. Length of stay likewise hit 4.6 evenings all things considered.

Looking at occupancies, the Dubai Tourism report showed the emirate’s 137 five-star hotels had an average occupancy of 54 percent; the emirate’s 168 four-stars clocked in at 60 percent and the 236 one to three-stars saw 64 percent. Similar to the previous Tourism Report, hotel apartments outperformed in terms of occupancy, with the 78 deluxe hotel apartments recording 72 percent and the 107 standard hotel apartments seeing 79 percent.

Passing by absolute accessible rooms, five-stars have the most with 45,776 followed by four-stars with 37,473 and one-to three-stars with 24,990.

India remains the top source market for period, with 528,000 appearances. Russia is second with 256,000, trailed by KSA and USA with 191,000 and 171,000 respectively.

In a progression of tweets last Saturday, Deputy Ruler Maktoum Bin Mohammed bin Rashid announced that the Dubai Economic Department and the Department of Tourism and Commerce will be consolidated under the initiative of Helal al Marri, chief general of the Tourism Department.

“During the past period, the two departments played a crucial part in building up Dubai as a economic and the travel industry capital,” the appointee ruler who is additionally the finance minister, said. “The next phase requires high competitiveness for the emirate, which requires full harmony between the two sectors.”

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