first_imgOccupancy rates also increased by seven percent in May to 67 percent, while total revenues jumped 22 percent to AED439.5 million. “While there is still much to be done, the results suggest we are on the right track,” Mr Al Muhairi explained. Up to 232,650 guests checked-in to the emirate destination’s properties during the month, accounting for 716,041 guest nights, which is up 32 percent on the month-to-month comparison. To date, 1.1 million guests have stayed in the emirate’s hotels this year, a 12 percent increase on the first five months of 2012. Source = ETB News: NJcenter_img Abu Dhabi Tourism & Culture Authority director general HE Mubarak Al Muhairi said results were “extremely heartening” and signified the group’s campaign to attract travelers was working. Abu Dhabi hoteliers experienced their ‘Best Ever’ May results this year, with a 21 percent increase in guests compared to the same month last year. Record results for Abu Dhabi’s 146 hotels and hotel apartments. Image: commons.wikimedialast_img read more