Dubai: The city is brimming with a sense of pride and a sense that its growing prosperity is making it one of the most desirable destinations in the world.

The city’s skyline is the tallest in the Middle East, and it is home to some of the world’s most expensive homes, most notably the sprawling Marriot Tower.

Dubai is also a hub for international business, and the government has promised to boost its tourism economy by doubling the number of its hotels and introducing more sports and entertainment venues.

The government has also said it will offer $1,000-per-night visas to foreigners in the country.

The latest data from the International Hotels Association, however, shows that the number and type of hotel rooms available in Dubai has declined in recent years, while the number available has increased, according to research by the consultancy Zillow.

The number of hotel room rentals has decreased by 30% from 2013 to 2016, ZillOW found, with the share of the market falling from 13% in 2013 to 8% in 2016.

In contrast, the share in the number sold has increased by 80% over the same period, according a Zillows report from December.

The report cited data from TripAdvisor, which shows that while hotel occupancy rates have risen in the last year, it also found that fewer people are staying in hotels.

A survey by TripAdvisors last year found that more than half of the country’s hotels had closed in 2016, and that more people were visiting Dubai than they were going abroad.

A recent report from the hotel industry association Zagat found that the share that stayed in hotels rose by 8% over 2016.

Zagit said that, over the past five years, the industry has seen its share of hotel occupancy decline by 10% or more in some countries, including the United States, France, Germany, the United Kingdom, and Spain.

In the United Arab Emirates, where I’m based, the hotel occupancy rate is down to 4.2%, according to Zagatt, and a recent survey by the tourism company IHG found that hotel occupancy is down 6% from 2016.

But in Dubai, Zagag reported, there is no sign that the situation has improved.

“The trend is clear: The economy is stagnant, and its prospects have worsened,” said Zainab Al-Shafaa, director of travel at the tourism consultancy IHGA.

“As of now, hotel occupancy in Dubai is low and declining.

This is a negative trend, as there is a lack of investment in hotels in the city.

This could cause the city to become a very expensive place to visit.”

The hotel industry in Dubai and other Gulf nations has also been hit hard by the global economic downturn, with hotel occupancy declining by more than 8% between 2014 and 2016.

And as a result, hotels are increasingly relying on cheaper alternatives like Airbnb and other “hostels,” where guests rent out rooms and stay in them without paying for them, to stay afloat.

Zillower’s report showed that in 2017, there were fewer than 1,000 available rooms in hotel rooms across the Gulf, and nearly 100,000 rooms in the US, with more than 4 million rooms in hotels worldwide.

Zagged on hotels in Dubai Zagotar’s analysis of data from hotels and hostels on Zillovideo.com shows that in 2016 there were 1,069 hotel rooms listed in the hotel directory in Dubai.

Of those, 1,639 were listed in hotels and 3,958 in hostels.

The data also shows that, of the 1,717 rooms available to rent in Dubai in 2016 and 2017, 438 of those rooms were rented by individuals or groups of individuals, and 434 were rented in groups of five or more individuals.

There were 2,058 available rooms available for rent in hotels alone in Dubai for the two years that Zagatz studied.

And the study also found a decline in the availability of rooms in hostel hotels.

During 2016 and 2016, the number listed in hotel directories for Dubai was down by nearly half.

For the same time period, the availability in hostELAS was up by nearly 70%.

And the number that was listed in hostELS was down more than 40%.

Zagats findings come as the government of Dubai is under increasing pressure to curb the rise in prices that have led to a decline of more than 50% in hotel room rental rates since 2015.

Last year, the Dubai Tourism Authority announced that the country would increase the minimum hotel occupancy for non-residents from the current minimum of one to two rooms per day, with no room limit.

And in February, Dubai’s tourism agency, the Ministry of Tourism, Culture and Sports announced that it was reducing the minimum amount of occupancy for domestic visitors from one room per day to one room and