Many Dubai professionals in the hotel industry are optimistic about the number of visitors to their companies because they are particularly considering the strong use of vouchers issued after the cancellation of certain trips in 2020, but also the early arrival of participants at the hotel. ‘Expo 2020.
Others plan to launch particularly interesting deals to attract audiences around the world, with discounts of up to 50%.
These divergent reasons lead professionals to believe in very high aggression rates, especially in the second half of the year. In addition, many people believe that the gradual deregulation – which will allow hotels to regain capabilities similar to those before the epidemic or even help attract more people to the numerous events (such as concerts) dedicated to vaccinated people, will support the recovery of Emirates visitors and the hotel industry. Be careful, however, that some experts believe the recovery will be faster for affordable and medium-sized companies than for luxury or high-end hotels, as the public has fewer resources from the economic crisis that followed the health crisis.
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