Hospitality sector sees robust growth in summer holidays, Eid celebrations in Dubai

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A general view of the downtown Dubai.

Staff Reporter, Gulf Today

Al Bandar Rotana, a five-star hotel with a prime waterfront outlook, sees huge occupancy growth during summer holidays and Eid Al Adha celebrations in Dubai.

Ayman Ashor, Cluster General Manager, Al Bandar Rotana and Arjaan by Rotana, said that the summer months look promising and they are upbeat to see high level of occupancy growth even better than before the pandemic.

Ashor mentioned that they feel proud being based and serving in Dubai. Dubai has led the way in global tourism recovery despite the challenging times the world has faced due to COVID-19.

Ayman-Ashor

Ayman Ashor.

“Global tourists are still choosing Dubai as a main destination for their annual vacation and this all related to the endless efforts of Department of Tourism and Commerce Marketing (DTCM) and concerned authorities who proved that Dubai is most secured country and the best in handling and absorbing the pandemic crisis,” Ashor added.

Al Bandar Rotana has also launched a new campaign with very attractive rates for this summer by offering a 20 per cent off the lowest public room rate, with no restrictions on the length of stay, extra bed for free on all room categories for family stays, kids under 6 eat and drink for free and 50% off for children up to 12 years old.

Guests can enjoy a new themed Asian Night every Friday with a wide variety of unique food and beverages and scrumptious cuisines, unlimited drinks with live stations & Sushi at the Salt & Pepper Restaurant in the hotel.

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