The Middle East's Top Three Cities with Largest Construction Pipelines are Dubai; Riyadh, Saudi Arabia; and Doha, Qatar
September 23, 2016 10:56am
September 23, 2016 – PORTSMOUTH, NH – According to the Middle East’s Hotel Construction Pipeline from Lodging Econometrics (LE), the three cities with the largest pipelines are: Dubai with 110 Projects/31,155 Rooms, Riyadh, Saudi Arabia with 56 Projects/11,866 Rooms, and Doha, Qatar with 44 Projects/9,554 Rooms.
The leading franchise companies in the Middle East’s Pipeline are: Hilton Worldwide with 75 Projects/22,708 Rooms, Starwood Hotels & Resorts with 49 Projects/14,249 Rooms and Marriott International with 43 Projects/10,513 Rooms.
The leading brand for each of the Middle East’s top three franchise companies are: Hilton Hotels with 30 Projects/11,452 Rooms, Starwood’s aloft Hotel with 15 Projects/3,180 Rooms and Courtyard by Marriott with 12 Projects/2,787 Rooms.
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