The St. Regis Abu Dhabi registers all-time high occupancy in 2019

Moustafa Sakr confirmed that 2019 was the most profitable year for the property

"We have created an exclusive range of culinary offerings to satisfy every palate, and we ensure privacy when enjoying our leisure facilities" says Sakr
"We have created an exclusive range of culinary offerings to satisfy every palate, and we ensure privacy when enjoying our leisure facilities" says Sakr

The St. Regis Abu Dhabi has revealed that it saw an all – time high occupancy in 2019.

The property’s GM, Moustafa Sakr confirmed that 2019 was the most profitable year in terms of revenue, occupancy and profit, guest satisfaction and the employees’ career development.

He said: “My team and I have hit the set KPIs, so it gives us joy and confidence to begin the fourth and final quarter of the year with a bang. Our guests can expect The St. Regis Abu Dhabi’s festive season to have its’ signature splendor and grandeur suited for all, families and loved ones.”

Sakr added: “Conferences, exhibitions and official state visits, do drive more corporate travelers in Abu Dhabi. IDEX, the historic visit of the pope, Formula 1 Grand Prix Abu Dhabi, and our valuable corporate partnerships have made a huge impact on our occupancy. In addition our hotel, not just being a five star hotel only, it really elevates the guests’ and travelers’ experience to a whole different level. We have created an exclusive range of culinary offerings to satisfy every palate, and we ensure privacy when enjoying our leisure facilities.”

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