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Staycations to get more expensive this summer

Entertainment Dubai 17 May 22
Staycations to get more expensive this summer
UAE: Staycations likely to get more expensive this summer; Since the pandemic, more people prefer to stay in the country and explore hotel offerings within the country.
Event Location
Dubai, Dubai
Start Time
17 May 2022, 12:00 AM
End Time
31 May 2022, 12:00 AM

As UAE transitions into a global hub for tourists and people looking to stay long-term, cheap hotel staycations during summer seems to be a thing of the past, according to industry experts at the Arabian Travel Market.

UAE hospitality industry is witnessing a shift in the demographics of travellers ever since the pandemic.

“When I first started here, there were seasons in the hotel industry, and summer was the leanest period. Now there are many guests who are coming to the UAE to stay longer. They choose to work remotely from here. So, hotel stays and staycations in summer will be cheaper than winter, but it won’t be as cheap as it used to be before the pandemic,” said Charles Godot, General Manager of Voco Dubai The Palm.

A trend that has been on the rise is increase of the conscious travellers. They are becoming more budget conscious and are looking for destinations that offer immersive experiences and support the community and environmental initiatives.

Hospitality industry experts agree that Dubai’s efforts in becoming more sustainable, be it with its push to become a bike-friendly city or its campaign to reduce single-use plastic water bottles by installing water stations across the city, make it a desirable travel destination for those who want to reduce their carbon footprint.”

Vincent Miccolis, Managing Director for Mena, Turkey & India, Ascott Limited said, “We are pivoting towards an extended stay market.”

“So summer is no longer a lean period. Ever since the pandemic, we have a very strong domestic market. More people prefer to stay in the UAE and explore the hotel offerings here rather than travel outside, especially considering the uncertainties of travel restrictions.”

The biggest trend to come out of the pandemic has been the long-term guests who chose to work remotely from the UAE or for “bleisure”. “They come for leisure and business,” said Vincent Miccolis.

“These guests prefer a more spacious hotel apartment stay where everything including laundry is taken care of and we are expecting this trend to continue through summer.”

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