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an establishment held out by the proprietor as offering food, drink and, if required, sleeping accommodation, without special contract, to any traveller presenting himself who appears able and willing to pay a reasonable sum for the services and facilities provided and who is in a fit state to be received: Hotel Proprietors Act 1956.
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The STR statistics also show that the average daily rate for Dubai hotel rooms dropped 1.
The Opus in Business Bay Dubai will feature 93 hotel rooms and 96 serviced apartments.
The UAE and the kingdom account for 68 per cent of the existing room supply in the region and 70 per cent of the hotel rooms in the pipeline.
The SKAI sales campaign offers hotel rooms in the new Viceroy project for purchase at prices ranging between 1.
com found 25% of us confessed to pilfering items, excluding toiletries, from hotel rooms during their stay.
Identifying high-risk items within a hotel room would allow housekeeping managers to strategically design cleaning practices and allocate time to efficiently reduce the potential health risks posed by microbial contamination in hotel rooms," Kirsch said.
Each woman scours a hotel room for 20 to 30 minutes, cleaning an average of 15 rooms daily.
PKF estimates that hotel rooms in the valley are already going for nearly $125 a night, on average, a 10.
Invariably, however, the Pamphlet-Stuffer cannot resist making additional forays to get more on subsequent days, in spite of valiant resolutions to leave plastic bags in the hotel room.
Bath, famous for its Roman baths and Georgian architecture, was found to have the most expensive hotel room rates in a price index compiled by Hotels.
Strong tourism demand, fueled by a weak dollar and a diminished supply of hotel rooms in this market encouraged the project's developers to brand Six Columbus as a Thompson Hotel, with Thompson quality finishes and amenities," added Bloomberg.
As flyers to the country know all too painfully, there simply aren't enough good hotel rooms to accommodate demand.

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