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UAE Residents Embrace Staycations as Airfares Soar for Eid Al Fitr

This Eid Al Fitr, many UAE residents are opting to stay closer to home and enjoy staycations at local hotels instead of dealing with the soaring airfares to popular holiday destinations. Operators have noticed this trend and hotels, particularly those along the beaches, are offering enticing deals and packages tailored for UAE residents and visitors from neighboring GCC countries like Saudi Arabia and Qatar. With Eid Al Fitr expected to start on April 9 and potentially lasting six to nine days, these staycation options provide a convenient and affordable alternative for those looking to relax and unwind during the holiday period.


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