16 - 18 September 2018
Dubai World Trade Centre (Halls 2 - 8)
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The ultimate platform for hospitality suppliers to connect with buyers from the industry

The Hotel Show Dubai, co-located with GulfHost, promises suppliers to hospitality the opportunity to meet up to 50,000 industry professionals, looking to source the latest products and services for leading hotel and restaurant brands across the region.

With the GCC firmly established as one of the leading and most exciting tourist destinations in the world, already valued at $178.8 billion-a-year, its hospitality, leisure and recreation industries are only set to grow, driven by rising visitor numbers, expanding populations and the hosting of major global events, Expo 2020 and the Qatar 2022 World Cup.

The Hotel Show Dubai provides the ultimate platform for product and service suppliers to meet, network and do business with the region's most influential key decision makers and buyers.

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Dubai has proven over and over again its resilience as a stable, mature and continuously growing market. Being a political safe haven, economically stable and with the continuous influx of new attractions, it remains to be in the forefront of people’s travel itineraries.
I believe The Hotel Show is a one-of-a-kind event, which brings together industry heads, a showcase of the latest trends, developments and evolutions in hospitality as well as suppliers from across the globe.

Kai Schukowski

General Manager

Kempinski Hotel

Many hotel companies in the region are adapting their individual concepts as they are now acknowledging guests who aspire to be different. They prefer experiences which are a deviation from the norms, based on originality, authenticity, design and communications. Everyone has different personal preferences, and unique experiences can be created by providing unforeseen services and this is how the UAE and the region are positioned as key hospitality players worldwide.

Alexander Schneider

General Manager

Nikki Beach Resort and Spa Dubai

I’m predicting Dubai will get more intense and creative with food in the coming years. As 2020 approaches, a lot of new restaurants are set to open with a wider range of cuisines, imported brands and Dubai-born concepts; especially with the entrepreneurial Emirati community being very active and tapping into really cool concepts. The Dubai market is starting to really open up into trying new, complex and fun culinary combinations.

Chef John Martho Buenaventura

Culinary Director



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