“Hotel Projects”: luxury 5-star projects under construction
To open 32 new hotels with a capacity of 9,300 rooms in Dubai next year
The number of hotel rooms in Dubai amounted to about 140.7 thousand rooms until the end of June 2022. Archive
The Top Hotel Projects Corporation, which specializes in new hotel project data, reported that the number of hotel projects expected to open in Dubai during the next year amounts to more than 32 projects comprising 9,300 hotel rooms, after the emirate witnessed the opening of many new projects since the pandemic. "corona".
In a report, which "Emirates Today" obtained a copy of, the Foundation stated that a large part of the hotel projects under construction in Dubai are luxury facilities of the (five-star) category, pointing out that they include a large number of rooms within the same project.
She added that the UAE market as a whole is expected to witness the opening of 47 hotel projects during the next year, comprising about 13,000 new hotel rooms.
According to data from the Department of Economy and Tourism in Dubai, the number of hotel rooms reached the end of last June
140,778 hotel rooms, distributed among 773 hotel establishments, compared to 118,345 rooms in 714 establishments in the same period in 2019.
The total number of hotels in the first half of 2022 exceeded its average for the same period last year by 8%, which reflects the high investor confidence in the tourism sector in Dubai.
The department's data revealed that the total number of new hotel rooms that have been opened in Dubai since the start of the pandemic has reached about 13,000 new hotel rooms.
According to the data obtained by Emirates Today, the number of hotel rooms in Dubai increased from 127.8 thousand hotel rooms at the end of February 2020, to 140.7 thousand hotel rooms at the end of May 2022, while the number of hotel establishments increased from 745 hotel facilities at the end of February 2020. To 772 facilities at the end of May 2022.
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