Abu Dhabi's hospitality sector reported sharp declines across key performance metrics in January 2017, with the steepest fall recorded in revenue per available room (RevPAR), which fell 11.2 per cent to Dh345.68 ($94) year-on-year, said a re
Hospitality markets across Mena witnessed a negative performance in 2016 compared to 2015, a new report has revealed.
According to the EY Middle East Hotel Benchmark Survey Report, the majority of markets experienced a drop in Rev
The outlook for the global aviation industry looks gloomy as a sustained stronger US dollar and low oil prices make travel for overseas customers more expensive, tightening market conditions.
According to a recent report released
Dubai's hospitality sector reported declines across key performance metrics in October with the steepest fall recorded in revenue per available room (RevPAR), which fell 12 per cent to Dh598.09 ($162.7) year-on-year, said a report.
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Prices had been supported earl
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As the local economy continues to adjust to softening global conditions, overall residential values and rents in Dubai, Sharjah and Abu Dhabi are set for a further decline for the remainder of 2016, according to leading international real
Oman hotels are expected to see revenue per available room (RevPAR) continue to decline despite forecasts of a significant boost this year from the planned opening of new properties, said a report.
"For the next year a large
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Oman's star hotels saw occupancy rates decline to 65.3 per cent during the first quarter of the year, down from 66.9 per cent recorded in Q1 2015.
Despite the 8 per cent year-on-year rise in guest numbers during Q1 (360,080 gu