Abu Dhabi welcomes 1.37 million hotel guests, on track for target
- United Arab Emirates: Tuesday, September 04 - 2012 at 12:16
Abu Dhabi Tourism and Culture Authority (TCA Abu Dhabi) has said the emirate has welcomed 1.37 million hotel guests between January and July, up 11% over the corresponding seven month period last year, Wam has reported. "While traditionally lower travel rates during the Holy Month of Ramadan saw Abu Dhabi's hotels and hotel apartments return a 6% drop in year-on-year hotel guests for the month of July, the average length of stay rose to 2.84 days last month, an increase of 6% on the corresponding month last year," the authority said. In total, some 178,099 guests stayed at Abu Dhabi's hotels and hotel apartments in July, returning 504,982 guest nights, 1% down on the comparative month last year, it said.
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