This is a list of hotels in Dubai. Dubai leads in the world’s highest hotel occupancy rates. In 2006, the Dubai hotel occupancy rate was 86%, the highest ever in Dubai.
In 1993, the city had 167 hotels with 9,383 rooms, while the number shot up to 272 hotels and doubled the number of rooms to 23,170 in 2002. In 2005, it increased to 28,999 roomsIn 2008, the hotel rooms jumped to 43,419, with 6,105,813 hotel guests and a 70 percent occupancy rate. In 2009, the number of hotel rooms increased to 58,188. In 2010, it jumped to 67,369 rooms, an increase of 9,181 in one year due to the massive rise in visitor arrivals. Dubai hosted a record 10 million visitors in 2012, an increase of 9.3% from the previous year.
In 2013 more than 32,686 hotel rooms were planned, including 17,162 hotel rooms which were under construction. 30 new hotels opened in 2010. In January 2010, the occupancy rate was at 81 percent, the second highest ever for Dubai; however, throughout the year, the occupancy rate settled at 71 percent, an increase of one percent from 2009. The city’s hotels experienced a decline of 4.2 percent in revenue per available room (RevPAR), which reached $154 million in 2010
Following are the figures according to the Department of Tourism and Commerce Marketing (DTCM):
The number of hotels in Dubai in September 2010 was 566, an increase of 7% from 530 in 2009.
In 2012, hotel revenues increased by 17.9% at AED 18.82 billion.
In 2012, hotel guests numbered to 9.96 million an increase of 9.5% compared with 9.1 million in 2011.
Hotel apartments occupancy rate increased from 67.2% in 2009 to 68.8% for 2010.
Note: Although our office is not in a position to recommend that you use the services of one particular hotel or to guarantee the quality of the services provided, we are pleased to provide you with this list. Please enquire directly with the service provider for accommodation rates. Please note a service charge of 10% and tourism fee of 10% is applicable.
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