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Nasma Luxury Stays records solid growth in luxury vacation rentals

January 9, 2023
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Nasma Luxury Stays, a division of Al Tamimi Investments and a specialist in executive living and luxury vacation rentals based in UAE, has announced a grand closing to 2022 with a significant rise in luxury vacation rentals.

Nasma Luxury Stays witnessed a significant increase in renters that are international visitors in the past few months, said a statement from the company.

It offers all types of accommodations including villas and apartments in Dubai’s and Abu Dhabi’s prime locations including Yas Island, Al Raha Beach, Dubai Marina, Downtown Area, Dubai International Financial Centre (DIFC), City Walk, Blue Waters, Dubai Creek Harbor, Dubai Hills and Palm Jumeirah.

All accommodations, offered by Nasma, are located within easy access to shopping malls, tourism sites, beaches and Dubai’s two international airports.

'2022 has been a fantastic year. We have witnessed a surge in bookings from international visitors. While FIFA was a great boost to the increase in numbers, Dubai has always been a popular destination for international tourists,' noted Dani Tabbara, the COO of Al Tamimi Investments.

'Global tourists are now exploring different ways of staying and enjoying holidays. Most of them prefer private properties that can accommodate around four to six people and comes with a pool, spa and other customised amenities. Holiday homes serve to be the best alternative for tourists looking for private space, along with tailor-made facilities,' he noted.

According to Tabbara, the UAE is also home to several international investors.

As a 100% holiday home management company, Nasma manages several properties of international investors who choose the UAE as a home for safety, security and its balanced work-life culture, he noted.

Nasma said it had witnessed a remarkable increase in properties being brought by international investors last year. The company has doubled its client base and aims to have more international investors in 2023.

According to Nasma, the holiday home market in the UAE is attracting discerning investors from across the world.

It provides comprehensive end-to-end property management on behalf of owners whilst at the same time ensuring renters and guests come across authentic experiences during their stay in the properties it manages, it added.

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