Doha hotels begging for guests

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Booking.com shows that since June 2017, 54 5-star hotels listed on its app still show a low occupancy rate.

Okaz/Saudi Gazette reort

JEDDAH —
It appears that the deteriorating economic condition of the “Hamadein” regime is not quite different from that of Doha hotels.

After 720 days of the boycott of the Qatari regime by the Anti-terror Quartet (comprising Saudi Arabia, the UAE, Egypt and Bahrain), the regime’s arrogance has led the economy of the small Gulf emirate to shocking results – the losses are incessant and the people’s anger is increasing.

Qatari hotels are begging for guests, to the extent that one of the owners of a chain of hotels has offered a 40 percent discount inside Qatar and 25 percent in his hotels abroad.

Booking.com shows that since June 2017, 54 5-star hotels listed on its app still show a low occupancy rate.

The “Qatar Calendar” website — the e-gate for official events in Qatar — is trying to woo Qatari tourists and citizens with discounts reaching 70 percent.

The Spectator Index bulletin on Twitter has listed the most prominent 20 websites and apps blocked by the Iranian mullahs’ regime.

This indicates the state of great fear and fragility the regime is experiencing.


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