The cheapest time to book a hotel in Dubai


Ask ten random people in Dubai what their number one worry is and rent is very likely to come up at least once in conversation.

It’s a concern that’s replicated across many big cities around the world but one small London-based startup called Chototel is adamant about offering a solution to suffocating rental costs, including those of the UAE.

They’ve just set up their first super-budget hotel in Nagothane, an industrial hub near Mumbai, where each of its 240 rooms cost just $2 a night.

In an interview with UAE daily The National, Chototel’s founder Rhea Silva has revealed that Dubai and the UAE are now in her imminent plans.

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The accommodation is definitely not luxurious but what were you expecting for just over Dhs7?

In fact, they offer plenty of bang for your two bucks.

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Each room is 280square feet with free cable TV access with a pay-per-use basis for uninterrupted electricity, water, gas and internet.

If we’re completely honest, the chances of Chototel becoming a favourite for tourists in Dubai are slim, but for unfussy travelers on a budget and low-earning workers Chototel could be a life saver.

One other massive perk for permanent residents is the fact that ‘the people’s hotel’ doesn’t require a down payment or a long lease, unlike pretty much all long-term accommodation in the Emirates.

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When asked if the would-be cheapest hotel in town will be in the UAE by the time of Expo2020, Silva told The National “most definitely”.

Source: timeoutdubai.com

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