RAK To Increase Hotel Rooms to 12,747 Rooms in 5 Years

  • Publish date: Friday، 19 August 2022
RAK To Increase Hotel Rooms to  12,747 Rooms in 5 Years

Ras Al Khaimah Tourism Development Authority (RAKTDA), aims to increase the number of hotel rooms over the next five years to 12,747 rooms, provided by more than 50 hotels and resorts.

The emirate now has 8,130 hotel rooms providing the highest levels of hospitality, and RAKTDA aims to promote hospitality offers over the next five years, add 4,617 rooms and encourage the construction of several new hotels, including Marriott, Anantara, Westin, Rove and Sofitel hotels, he added.

Another addition is the Cloud7 Camp Jebel Jais, which will offer guests a luxurious camping experience with 30 accommodation units built from sustainable materials.

The CEO of RAKTDA then announced plans to inaugurate an integrated project in 2026 on Marjan Island worth billions of dollars, which will be located on an area measuring 250,000 square metres, with over 1,000 rooms and retail stores.

The emirate received over a million visitors in 2019, approaching pre-pandemic levels in 2022, who come from major markets, including Kazakhstan, the UK and Germany.

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