The United Arab Emirates are one of several powerful oil-producing nations in the Persian Gulf, who have gone beyond their natural resources to become great centres for business in that part of the world.
The United Arab Emirates (UAE) is a country made up of seven separate emirates, including Abu Dhabi and Dubai. It sits on the Arabian Peninsula in the Persian Gulf. The country was established in 1971 and has gone from being a relative backwater to a major power in the region. As is the case with some other countries in this area, UAE’s wealth has a lot to do with gas and oil reserves. Today, however, Dubai is a much more rounded centre for business, leading corporate travellers from all over the world to travel to serviced apartments in UAE.
Despite a population of less than 10 million, less than a sixth that of the UK, Dubai International Airport surpassed London’s Heathrow as the busiest airport in the world in 2014. In fact, the UAE can lay claim to having the most developed infrastructure in the region, doing better than others when it comes to reinvesting its profits from natural resources. But, more than just practical, those coming to serviced accommodation here will find that UAE has the wow-factor, too. There is, for instance, the Burj Khalifa, a tower built in Dubai in 2009, which is the world’s tallest freestanding structure.
All the UAE’s seven emirates have come increasingly to concentrate on tourism as another resource in recent years, and this has also played a part in helping to grow the need for UAE serviced apartments. Our luxurious apartments are perfect for enabling both the tourist and the business traveller to make the most of their stay.