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Hotels see spike in Eid bookings

Hotels across the UAE have revealed that they are geared up to cater to record visitor numbers over the upcoming Eid break, with many residents eager to book a holiday staycation for themselves and their families.

Speaking to Khaleej Times, Tim Cordon, area senior vice president, Middle East & Africa, Radisson Hotel Group, pointed out that occasions such as Eid are usually driven by last minute bookings, but, over the past weeks, the group has already started seeing an increased demand. “While location and experiences used to be the main deciding factor, today consumers also want to be reassured that hotels are taking their health and safety seriously. With that in mind, it is our aim to ensure that we elevate our promise, by maintaining and enhancing hygiene standards globally. Consumers need to believe in your brand, in your health and safety commitment and that you will deliver on your promises.”

Moenkedieck added that the hotel is an iconic landmark in Ras Al Khaimah. “Some…

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