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Sixty One New Hotels Planned For Gulf Region

More than two dozen new hotels will be completed throughout the Gulf region by the end of next year according to a new survey.  Twenty two of the new hotels are being built in the UAE.  An additional 13 will be completed by the end of 2010.  Five will be built in Saudi Arabia this year and seven more are planned by the end of 2010.  Five new hotels will be built in Qatar this year and an additional two are planned by the end of 2010

The research and database company ProLeads carried out the survey for The Hotel Show, which will take place at the Dubai International Exhibition and Convention Center on 24 May and 25 May.
 

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