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Dubai Tourism Thanks the Trade

Dubai Tourism hosted a ‘thank you’ lunch for the trade in Dublin’s number one wine-bar, Ely Wine Bar, where Ian Scott, Director UK and Ireland, thanked the trade for all the business they send to Dubai. In 2014 Dubai had 51,047 Irish hotel guests, an increase of 8.1% compared to 2013.

Ian Scott ,Dubai Tourism  and Lisa
Ian Scott, Dubai Tourism, and Lisa Rabbitte, Emirates

Already this year Dubai has seen an increase of 15% on May arrivals and 13% for June. With double daily flights from Dublin to Dubai by Emirates, it has never been easier to get there.

Michael Doorley,Shandon Travel and Anita
Michael Doorley, Shandon Travel, and Anita Thomas, Emirates

Hotels continue to be built with four new top properties listed to open this year: the St Regis Dubai, W Hotel, Palazzo Versace Dubai, and the Nikki Beach Hotel and Spa.

Barry Hammond,Sunway and Lisa Byrne,Travelmood were at the Dubai lunch.
Barry Hammond, Sunway, and Lisa Byrne, Travelmood were at the Dubai lunch

The variety of things to do in Dubai continues to grow: bird watchers can experience birdwatching in the city and Falconry displays in Al Maha, plus Dubai has its own flamingo sanctuary in Ras Al Khor.

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