Abu Dhabi Is The UAE's Favourite Destination

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ByMashal AbbasiMonday , 08 May 2017
Abu Dhabi Is The UAE's Favourite Destination

It looks like Abu Dhabi is coming out on top!

The emirate has just been voted as the best destination in the UAE in a report by travel and hotel data specialist organisation, Olery reports Emirates 247.

The report’s findings highlight Abu Dhabi’s leading position among cities in the Arabian Gulf. More than 160,000 reviews were posted for Abu Dhabi, firmly establishing it as a popular destination among business travellers, couples and families, with these demographics reporting especially high satisfaction scores.

The emirate was recognised by guests for its overall value-for-money and its excellence of location. Visitors also considered the rooms the cleanest and best in the Middle East, with the quality of the service also highlighted in the reviews.

The Guest Experience in the Middle East report conducted by Olery is an exhaustive analysis of visitor experience in the region.

The report uses data gathered from over 2.5 million online hotel reviews and published guest opinions to assess guest satisfaction from 1st April, 2016 to 31st March, 2017. More than 4.4 million guest arrivals were recorded in the emirate in 2016, which set a new annual record.

Abu Dhabi Tourism and Culture Authority has set a target to welcome 4.9 million guests into the emirate this year. The UAE capital has already welcomed impressive guest arrival figures during the first quarter of this year.

During the January to March period there was an increase of 4 percent in hotel guest arrivals over the corresponding period in 2016, with over 1.1 million guest arrivals registered, and more than 3.1 million guest nights recorded in the same period.

Will you be going to Abu Dhabi anytime soon?

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