GCC unified tourist visa: Short-term rental demands set to rise

  • Khaleej Times

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The tourism infrastructure is already well-developed across the GCC, especially in the UAE, with almost 11,000 hotels and almost 700,000 hotel rooms.


The GCC has set an ambitious goal of welcoming 128.7 million visitors by 2030, with the UAE leading the charge in the tourism sector. With 399 tourist sites and a plethora of events and activities that attract global attention, the UAE is a prime destination for travellers worldwide.


Short-term rentals allow property owners to manage their properties and generate additional income, making it an attractive option for many. With a growing number of travellers seeking unique and ‘home away from home’ experiences, the short-term rental market is expected to thrive, and more property owners may find it appealing to move into this sector.


Farooq Syed ; CEO of Springfield Properties


According to Farooq Syed, CEO of Springfield Properties in Dubai, there are currently a plethora of short-term rental options available in the UAE, particularly in Dubai, including apartments, villas, and unique properties, catering to the varied preferences of travellers and providing visitors with even more choices to ensure that they find accommodations that best suit their needs and preferences.

  • Khaleej Times

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