Premier Inn intends to set off seven new hotels in the Arabian Gulf by 2017.
It is part of a push to increase as many as 10,000 rooms across the Middle East and Asia on the next four years.
It is targeting the prospect of 10,000 rooms by 2018 with more hotels in Dubai and new offerings in Sharjah, Qatar, Oman and Saudi Arabia. In India there will be 1,000 new rooms in seven hotels and in South East Asia almost 2,000 rooms in 12 hotels. Premier Inn intends to launch 50 hotels in cities all over the Middle East and Asia by 2018.
Presently, it functions five hotels in Dubai with an additional three under construction. As many as five added assets are under discussion.
It was also reported that the mid -market hotel sector works extremely distinctive from upmarket properties. Working a large number of properties in places of high demand is vital so that if one hotel is occupied, the operator can suggest an alternative in the vicinity.
While the UAE may be well-known for its indulgence hotel offerings, it is the mid-range that is the best increasing division. The Dubai Tourism & Commerce Marketing (DTCM) in September 2013 called for an upsurge in the number of budget hotels and proffered a municipal tax amnesty.