Dubai expects 15 million tourists by 2015
- United Arab Emirates: Wednesday, March 13 - 2013 at 02:41
Dubai Chamber of Commerce and Industry (DCCI) has said the number of tourists visiting the emirate is expected to reach 15 million by the year 2015, Khaleej Times has reported. This will be the result of combined efforts driving new growth through a number of initiatives, as the hotel rooms' capacity of the emirate is likely to increase to more than 100,000 by 2015, said DCCI director general, Hamad Buamim. The number of guest nights recorded in the emirate last year was 37.4 million with a 14% growth rate, as the revenue of hotel and hotel apartments rose by 17.9% to Dhs18.82bn during the same period, he said.
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