Staycations in UAE account for most bookings on Airbnb

According to statistics, the top three countries of origin for guests who have booked Airbnb staycations in the UAE are the US, UK and Saudi Arabia

According to statistics, the top three countries of origin for guests who have booked  Airbnb staycations in the UAE are the US, UK and Saudi Arabia
According to statistics, the top three countries of origin for guests who have booked Airbnb staycations in the UAE are the US, UK and Saudi Arabia

Staycations in UAE account for most of the local bookings on Airbnb, data from the group revealed.

According to statistics, the top three countries of origin for guests who have booked  Airbnb staycations in the UAE are the US, UK and Saudi Arabia, followed by France, India, China, Germany, Russia and Canada.

In the last week of May, Airbnb launched their platform in Arabic. Users will be able to access all the services in Arabic.

According to the home-rental service, the group has witnessed a growing presence in the Middle East, particularly Dubai, and North Africa region. Data released revealed that “as of 1 January, 2019, the UAE welcomed more than 145,000 guests from around the world — showing more than 63% year-on-year growth”.

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