Hotels and hotel apartments in Dubai report record Dhs9.8bn in revenue
- United Arab Emirates: Tuesday, October 02 - 2012 at 01:31
According to the Dubai Department of Tourism and Commerce Marketing (DTCM), hotels and hotel apartments in the emirate have posted Dhs9.8bn in revenue in the first half of 2012, marking a 22% over the same period last year, Gulf News has reported. Guest numbers in the emirate's hotels and hotel apartments, meanwhile, posted a 10% increase to 5.027 million guests in the January-June period over the corresponding period a year earlier, the tourism body said. The number of Dubai hotel rooms, meanwhile, increased to 54,221 in first half of 2012 as against 52,897 in the same period a year earlier, DTCM noted.
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