30 new hotel properties in Dubai in 12 months
Dubai's Department of Tourism and Commerce Marketing (DTCM) announced that 9,374 hotel rooms have been added to 30 new properties within 12 months, an average of 2.5 new hotels each month. The total number of rooms in Dubai In that apartment hotel), Ben
Dubai's Department of Tourism and Commerce Marketing (DTCM) announced that 9,374 hotel rooms have been added to 30 new facilities within 12 months, an average of 2.5 new hotels each month.
The total number of rooms in Dubai (including hotel apartments) increased by 108 thousand and 60 rooms by the end of February last year to 117,434 hotel rooms by February of this year. , While the number of hotel establishments increased from 686 to 716 establishments.
Dubai Tourism and Commerce Marketing (DTCM) data showed that the hotel market in the emirate witnessed 9374 rooms in 30 new establishments within 12 months (from the end of February 2018 to February this year), an average of 2.5 new hotels each month, The new supply includes various room categories including hotel apartments.
The total number of rooms in Dubai (including hotel apartments) rose from 108,60 rooms at the end of February last year to 117,434 hotel rooms until February 2019. The total number of hotel establishments in turn Which rose from 686 properties by the end of February last year to 716 properties by February this year.
The rooms are luxurious
According to the data, at the end of February 2019, the luxury hotel rooms in the category of "five stars", accounting for 34% of the total size of the hotel market in Dubai, after 399,688 rooms in 117 hotels, followed by rooms « Which accounted for 26% of the hotel market, registering 30,125 rooms in 145 establishments, while hotels ranked among "three stars" and "one star" accounted for 19%, with a capacity of 22,888 hotel rooms within 257 hotels.
The hotel apartments accounted for 21% of the total hotel market in Dubai. The number of hotel apartments reached 24,723 apartments in 197 establishments, including 10,352 luxury apartments, as well as 14,371 medium-sized apartments.
In January and February of this year, four-star hotels in Dubai recorded the highest hotel occupancy rate, averaging 86%, followed by 85% luxury apartments and 84% luxury apartments. Rated "three star" and "one star" hotel, as well as "five star" hotels with a occupancy rate of 83% each. According to the department, the emirate received 3.14 million international visitors during January and February 2019, a growth of about 3% compared to the same period last year.
A hotel room in Dubai until February 2019.