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The latest figures released by the Department of Culture and Tourism – Abu Dhabi (DCT Abu Dhabi) for the emirate’s hospitality sector show the number of hotel guests staying in Abu Dhabi during June rose by six percent compared to the same month in 2017, with Saudi Arabian and American guests underpinning the uplift.

Abu Dhabi has reported a significant 30 percent year-on-year jump in hotel bookings in June, boosted by successful Eid Al-Fitr holiday period.

STR's preliminary November performance data for Abu Dhabi has revealed that a 2.7 percent surge in supply and 0.4 percent slight decline in demand have contributed to a 3.1 percent year-on-year decrease in occupancy which stood at 81 percent.

Abu Dhabi hotels reported a 27.2 percent growth in RevPAR to USD73.01 in July, driven by a 10.5 percentage

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