Dubai experienced a slow April this year when hotel occupancy levels, average-daily-rate (ADR) and revenue-per-available room (RevPAR) dipped in comparison to the same period in 2015, reports showed.
Despite increases in supply (o
Hospitality activity in Saudi Arabia displayed signs of a slow down during the last quarter of 2015 as occupancy rates dipped across the kingdom, with Jeddah (down 14 per cent) being the hardest hit.
The materialisation rate of de
The JW Marriott Marquis Dubai,a luxurious property in the UAE emirate, saw revenues jump 13 per cent in 2015, boosted by a 12 per cent increase in demand .
The hotel also saw occupancies across its 1,608 rooms remain constant and in exc
Hotels in the Middle East reported negative results in key performance metrics this February, posting a 5.3 per cent decrease in occupancy to 70.2 per cent compared to February 2015, said a report.
Average daily rate for the
Abu Dhabi's hospitality sector reported declines across key performance metrics in February with the steepest fall recorded in revenue per available room (RevPAR), which fell 32.5 per cent to Dh376.17 ($102.4) year-on-year, said a report.
Hotels in Ras Al Khaimah reported a 23.7 per cent increase in occupancy to 62.2 per cent for the month of January, showing that 2016 is off to a strong start for the emirate’s tourism sector.
Haitham Mattar, CEO, Ras Al Kha
Hotels in the Middle East reported negative results in January with a 3.8 per cent decrease in occupancy to 70.3 per cent, said a report.
According to January 2016 data from STR Global, a leading provider of global hotel data, Ave
Abu Dhabi hotels saw occupancy levels rise in January, jumping 1.3 per cent to 75.5 per cent, said a report.
Abu Dhabi’s hospitality sector also saw increases in supply (over 4.0 per cent) and demand (over 5.3 per cent), according
Abu Dhabi’s tourism and hospitality sector continued to experience a positive growth into Q3 2015 with occupancy rates across hotel establishments averaging 70 per cent during the quarter, up 2 per cent from the corresponding period in 201
Occupancy rates at Bahrain’s five-star hotels during Bahrain International Air Show topped 90 per cent, Bahrain Tourism and Exhibition Authority acting chief executive Shaikh Khalid bin Humood Al Khalifa said yesterday (January 26). Four