As we move into the second half of 2019, property prices in Dubai continue to be attractive for both tenants and investors. According to the latest market report from Bayut, there is a perceivable shift in interest towards competitively priced areas when it comes to renting, while historically more expensive areas for investments have become more affordable.
With the school holidays upon us, Dubai has once again transformed into the ultimate summer holiday destination for all the family, offering a diverse range of live events, entertainment and citywide celebrations all summer long.
Dubai will be hosting the first Accessible Tourism International Summit from November 5th-6th at the Dubai International Convention & Exhibition Centre. The event will be held under the patronage of sheikh Ahmed bin Saeed Al Maktoum, president of Dubai Civil Aviation Authority.
Continuing its expansion in Dubai, Central Hotels announced the launch of a new five-star hotel in the emirate. Featuring 206 luxe studios and suites overlooking the Arabian Gulf, C Central Beach Hotel the Palm is all set to welcome guests this summer and will be the fourth hotel to open under the Central Hotels banner.
Reem Al Hashimy, United Arab Emirates minister of state for international cooperation and director general of the Expo 2020 Bureau, has welcomed the United Kingdom’s international trade secretary, Liam Fox, to Dubai as the UK becomes the latest country to break ground on its pavilion.
Nakheel - master developer behind the Palm Jumeirah in Dubai - is investing AED114 million in roads and bridges giving direct access to Al Khail Avenue, its new retail, dining and entertainment development at Jumeirah Village.
The Dubai Department of Tourism & Commerce Marketing has announced it will provide Dubai hotels with an individual hotel emission analysis report. The information will offer an overview of each establishment’s emission performance in comparison to its peers using results from the carbon calculator software.
Tourists visiting Dubai no longer need to worry about expensive roaming charges or finding Wi-Fi following the launch of a new initiative. Under proposals from the General Directorate of Residency & Foreign Affairs, all travellers visiting the emirate will now be given a free sim card on arrival.