Dubai’s hotel market is huge and expensive, but there’s a catch.
The Dubai Hotels Association (DHA) has announced plans to change that with a new booking system that will allow hotels to book with no credit card at all.
The system will be in place by the end of 2019, with the DHA hoping to launch it by 2020.
“Dubai hotels have been waiting for a long time to have a more secure way to book,” said Ahmad Al-Saleh, managing director of DHA’s booking and travel business, in a statement.
“With the launch of our new booking platform, hotel guests will have a secure and seamless booking experience, as we will provide hotel agents with the means to ensure that the guests are booked according to their requirements.”
The new booking option is part of the DBA’s “Open and Fair” initiative, which aims to encourage transparency in hotel bookings.
In addition to being a better way to find and book accommodation, the DWA said the system will also help to improve hotel security and the security of its customers.
The DHA said hotel agents will be able to send hotel reservations to other hotels in the same building, allowing for hotel customers to book their rooms from a single platform.
Dubai hotel booking in 2019: Expedia booking article Booking agents can now send reservations to a single hotel in the building where they work, allowing guests to book rooms from that single hotel, which will help ensure the security and security of hotel guests.
Dublin’s hotel booking system was launched in February 2016, and the system has proved controversial with some hotel agents seeing it as a barrier to bookings and booking.
A year later, however, the system appears to have been rolled out smoothly and with little fanfare, with many hotel agents happy to see it in place.
In 2018, the number of bookings for hotels in Dubai rose from 1,400 to 5,500.
In 2019, however the number remained stable with just a small bump to 1,700 bookings, a drop of nearly 50 per cent.
In 2019, the total number of hotel bookations fell by around 7 per cent to 4,900, with some hotels seeing their bookings fall by more than 40 per cent as a result.
According to DHA, the new booking feature will allow agents to make booking easier for customers.
Agents can now upload a QR code for hotels to use, and hotel agents can upload their own hotel booking information, including booking details, in order to be used in the booking system.
In the new system, hotel agents and bookers will be required to verify their booking details and verify the hotel booking details themselves.
“This will make it easier for the agents to do business and save us time,” Al-Saheeh said.
In its first quarter, hotel bookers booked over 1,000,000 rooms, according to the DLA.