Dubai International Airport’s (DXB) passenger volume has increased by 13.1 % in 2012 compared to 2011.
The newly opened Concourse A at DXB increases its capacity to 75 million passengers per annum while Dubai’s new airport, Dubai World Central, is due to accommodate a further 160 million passengers per annum.
Over the past 10 years, the number of hotel guests in Dubai has shown a Compound Annual Growth Rate (CAGR) of about 10%.
During the same period, hotel revenues have grown by about 20%.
The Emerald Palace Kempinski Hotel Palm Jumeirah is well-positioned to benefit from this growth in the hospitality industry:
The hotel’s location, heightened levels of luxury, palatial design and amenities are set to command more than their fair share of the market.
The positioning of the hotel in the peak luxury segment will ensure top room rates.
Only 5 % of Dubai’s hotels are beach resorts, ensuring the hotel will remain exclusive.
Kempinski enjoys an impeccable reputation in the top luxury segment, particularly in Europe, Asia and the Middle East.
The limited number of resorts on Palm Jumeirah means secure high occupancy and a steady high property value with upward potential.