Ramada Sharjah records 80% occupancy rate

SHARJAH - A commitment to quality service has translated into high occupancy rates for Ramada Sharjah during its first summer, following the hotel’s launch earlier this year.

By (Staff Report)

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Published: Thu 21 Jul 2011, 11:18 PM

Last updated: Tue 7 Apr 2015, 4:37 AM

July’s average occupancy is expected to be at around 80 per cent per cent by the end of this month, which is significantly higher than the average the region has seen in the last two years.

The hotel offered competitive room rates this summer, in addition to the fantastic ‘Shop, Stay and Save’ promotion, where each guest who booked via the Ramada website was given an Dh100 shopping voucher that could be used at any one of the various retails stores at Sahara Centre. The promotion was very successful, attracting between 130 and 150 room night bookings within a couple of weeks.

The staff at Ramada Sharjah is eagerly awaiting the holy month of Ramadan so they can roll out their F&B deals for the traditional Suhour and Iftar.

“We have had a steady influx of guests, most of whom visit from within the GCC, especially Saudi Arabia and Kuwait,” said Tamas Fazekas, General Manager, Ramada Sharjah.

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