Gulf hotel rates to remain high
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Gulf hotel rates to remain high

Gulf hotel rates to remain high

Gerald Lawless, executive chairman of Jumeirah Group, said he does not expect hotel rates in the Gulf to fall despite a rise in the number of rooms across the region, reported Gulf News. Dubai currently leads global hotel statistics with an average room rate of $283 in 2007. Meanwhile, other Gulf cities also topped the $200 mark. Lawless said the current rates may level off, but he does not expect them to decrease.

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