Riyadh has 7,990 hotel rooms in pipeline
- Saudi Arabia: Monday, March 18 - 2013 at 07:51
STR Global has said that Saudi capital, Riyadh has the largest expected hotel room supply growth at 103.2%, with 7,990 rooms in the kingdom's total active pipeline, Saudi Gazette has reported. According to the latest UNWTO World Tourism Barometer, Saudi Arabia saw a 14% growth in tourism last year, the fifth best performer globally. Four other countries in the region reported expected room growth of more than 20% including Jeddah (63.6% with 3,798 rooms); Muscat (42% with 1,992 rooms); Abu Dhabi (38% to 7,189); and Dubai (26.3% with 16,588).
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