News for the Hospitality Executive
Hamburg, Germany – 10 December 2010 - Dubai hosts –
despite all those financial troubles in the recent past – the highest
building on earth. The 828 meters tall Burj Khalifa is a symbol for
sustained activities in the Middle East hotel investment and real
estate sector. The region also accommodates one of the most exclusive
hotels in the world – the Armani Hotel with its 160 luxurious suites.
The hotel project development activities in and around the Arabian Gulf
remain on a high level and are most likely to continue with the 2022
FIFA Football World Cup in Qatar already in sight.
There are currently 468 hotel projects under construction or
development. In the past two years more than 110 hotel projects in the
first class and luxurious category have opened their doors. A global
hotel project survey carried out by tophotelprojects.com, the online
database for worldwide first-class and luxury hotel development and
construction projects, has revealed this continuous course for growth.
From the originally scheduled hotel development projects a small 5% has been abandoned. And only 6% were – most probably due to obstacles in financial funding – postponed.
A small selection of top hotel projects in the Middle East are:
About tophotelprojects.com: As one of the leading databases
for hotel leads, tophotelprojects.com offers more than 4,200 detail
sheets of all important hotel development projects worldwide. Every
month more than 150 new hotel projects are being added and over 350
project sheets are being updated. More information: www.tophotelprojects.com
Mr. Christian Berke,berke.c <at> tophotelprojects.com
Bahnhofstr. 6, 27383 Scheessel near Hamburg, Germany
Phone. ++49 4263 980980, Fax ++49 4263 98098-50