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Mensajepor Dalamar » 04 Nov 2012 06:32

Abu Dhabi hotel bookings up 15% in year so far: Emirate books record numbers in year to September, although overall occupancy dips
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Mensajepor Dalamar » 10 Nov 2012 05:48

UAE authorities have introduced a multiple entry visa for businessmen, property investors and cruise passengers, a plan that has been under discussion for almost three years.

Dubai serves as a home port for five of the world's leading cruise lines such as Costa Cruises, Aida Cruises, Royal Caribbean International, TUI Cruises and FTI Cruises.

In addition, more than 20 world-class cruise lines have Dubai as a port of call in their international itinerary.

Dubai Cruise Terminals, managed and operated by DTCM for the Government of Dubai, catered to 396,500 cruise tourist who arrived from 108 ship calls in 2011.

This year, Dubai is expected to see 420, 000 cruise tourists to the emirate, giving a big push to the tourism growth and the economy.

The projections for 2013 are 125 cruise ships and 450,000 passengers and in 2014 the number of cruise ships and passengers will be 135 and 475,000, respectively.
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Mensajepor Dalamar » 26 Nov 2012 07:39

Middle East hotels post biggest rates rise of year: Latest STR Global data shows 13% rise in average daily rates during October

Abu Dhabi hotel revenues rose 6% in 2012: More than 2.3m guests stayed in hotels in UAE capital last year, statistics show

Emirates to fly daily to Tokyo Haneda: Airline hopes to boost tourism and trade by adding new daily flight

Dubai airport overtakes Hong Kong for passenger traffic: Dubai International becomes world's third busiest hub, with 57.6m passengers last year
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Mensajepor Dalamar » 03 Abr 2013 06:48

Sales at Dubai Duty Free increased 12 percent to AED1.6bn (US$438m) in the first quarter of the year as the number of tourists transiting and landing in Dubai rose and the airport retailer opened new outlets in Terminal 3.

Liquor, perfume and gold sales represented the top three most popular categories, with perfume sales increasing 16 percent to AED246m, the airport retailer said in a statement. Watch sales saw the largest increase, up 23 percent to AED99m.
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Mensajepor Dalamar » 04 Abr 2013 18:46

The new CEO of Nakheel has claimed that Dubai is “raining cash”, citing the huge demand in the emirate for hotel rooms.

In a speech to the CEO Clubs UAE on Wednesday, Sanjay Manchanda said the tourism sector’s growth seemed unstoppable as new hotel rooms failed to put downward pressure on occupancy levels and room rates.

“The average room rate has gone up to US$303. According to all analysts we’ve been going through, this is the highest in three years. So guys, this is just raining cash,” he claimed.

“I think hotels are the darling of this place [Dubai]. Everyone wants to have or own a hotel because no matter [that] year on year rooms are added, the occupancy also goes up. It tells you the story.”

The number of tourists arriving in Dubai surpassed 10m for the first time last year, up 9.6 percent, according to Dubai's Department of Tourism and Commerce Marketing.

Manchanda, whose Nakheel has seen several hotels developed on its flagship project Palm Jumeirah, including Atlantis, said even with 9,000 new rooms expected to be added to the existing 53,000 rooms in 2013-14, the industry was soaking up demand.

“If you look at 10m tourists coming in [and] hotels adding more rooms, [the] occupancy level, even if it’s stable that means more and more people are using this sector,” he said.

It was also a golden time for the retail sector, Manchanda said.

Nakheel, which owns Ibn Battuta and Dragon Mart malls, is developing Nakheel Mall on the Palm Jumeirah, and another one in Discovery Gardens.

Manchanda said the retail sector was estimated to grow another 5 percent next year, while the most popular malls had waiting lists of prospective tenants.

“Average occupancy [across Dubai] is 85 percent but... two of the malls we run [have] 100 percent occupancy – Ibn Batutta and Dragon Mart – [and] there’s a list waiting,” Manchanda said.

“In Dubai Mall you cannot find a vacancy. Mall of the Emirates you cannot find a vacancy. So these four malls are... running at 100 percent, amazing.

“These are good statistics by any standard, by any country.”

Real estate also was on the rise, increasing 17 percent last year, showing a strong recovery from the economic crisis that saw the market bust and prices fall as much as 60 percent.

But there was one sector of the real estate industry that Manchanda was happy to have avoided: office space.

“The one depressing sector probably is the office [sector],” he said. “There is an oversupply, there’s no denying the fact.

“Thankfully, I realised it - Nakheel does not have any office blocks.”
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Mensajepor Dalamar » 08 Abr 2013 04:42

Abu Dhabi eyes Latin America tourism boost: Tourism chiefs plan Sao Paolo visit to build awareness ahead of Etihad launch of flights to Brazil
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Mensajepor Dalamar » 30 Abr 2013 11:16

Abu Dhabi hotel revenues rise 15% in Q1: Latest figures show double digit increase to $389.9m as number of guests rises by 6%
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Mensajepor Dalamar » 30 May 2013 07:10

Se convertira Dubai en la ciudad mas turistica del mundo?

Dubai could become the world’s number one destination for international visitors if it wins the right to host Expo 2020, it has been claimed.

According to MasterCard’s latest Global Destination Cities Index, Dubai is set to be the seventh most popular destination city with 9.89m international overnight visitors in 2013, up 8.2 percent from last year.

If the glitzy emirate, which specialises in luxury hotels and shopping, continues its current rate of annual growth, by 2016 it will have moved into third place, above Paris and Singapore, which measured 13.92m and 11.75m guests, respectively. Bangkok ranked first in the index with 15.98m visitors.

As part of Dubai’s tourism strategy it is seeking to attract 20m international visitors annually by 2020, and the author of the Mastercard study believes that the Gulf destination could easily find itself in first place.

Hedrick-Wong added that Dubai had an “untapped reservoir” in the form of transit traffic, which he said the emirate should focus on turning into overnight stays. According to figures from Dubai International Airport, year-to-date passenger traffic into the hub is up 16.3 percent to more than 21m.

The MasterCard report also rated Dubai as the eighth most popular world destination in terms of overnight visitor spend and is forecast to rake in $10.4bn in tourism receipts this year, above cities including Barcelona and Rome. New York City was ranked number one in this regard with $18.6bn, followed by London at $16.3bn.
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Mensajepor Dalamar » 01 Ago 2013 10:11

UAE's Rotana targets 100 hotels by 2020: Group planning to launch eight new Middle East hotels every year
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Re: Turismo

Mensajepor Dalamar » 13 Ago 2013 04:57

More Brit expats choosing UAE over France, Spain
Gulf state now third most popular destination for Britons after Australia and Canada - study
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