Doha, Qatar, October 23, 2015 --(PR.com
)-- UCC, also the main contractor behind the Mall of Qatar, believes that its hospitality projects will rival the best in the world, with Moutaz commenting: “I have no doubt that the hotels and resorts we are currently working on will set a new standard for Qatar; in fact, I am genuinely excited for both the our company and the country.”
The choices for tourist visiting major cities in the Middle East is continuously increasing including such projects-in-development as Lusail City, a futuristic, planned city estimated to cost $45 billion with modern artistic architectural elements - a model urban community in the Gulf region which is also scheduled to build the LusailIconic Stadium, where the finals of the World Cup will be played in 2022.
To meet the growth of tourism in the area, new innovative services and technologies are becoming mainstream, such as mobile apps designed for travelers to quickly book a stay, including flight, hotel, attractions, shopping locations, and recreational activities in the Gulf region. Travel agencies have adopted the “one package” policy which offers tourist everything from the application of mobile travel reservations to booking a camping trip in the desert, dinner on a posh yacht, to a tour of historical sites within one application.
Al-Khayat who has also reported that “Qatar is moving strongly towards the implementation of green real estate projects, which reduces both the negative impacts of buildings on the environment as well as the construction operating costs,” has encouraged a more educated workforce and an increase of ecofriendly building materials.
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