Deliver Your News to the World – Homes Middle East business to consumer fair set to appeal to all


Massive home furnishings show during Ramadan Festival aimed at locals, visitors and multi ethnic expats residents may cause hotel room shortages.

The second of two major consumer events slated between 19 August and 4 September at the Dubai Expo Centre Sharjah will focus on home furnishings, bathrooms and kitchens, accessories and exclusive designs. Running concurrently with the Ramadan Fair at the same venue, the two shows provide a one stop shop for the many tens of thousands of visitors expected.

Homes Middle East was launched in 2009 and attracted 25 major exhibitors and 30,000 visitors. The 2010 exhibitor list is larger and is expected to attract a higher number of attendees. The show will open between 21:00 and 01:00 each day, with free admission and parking provided.

Other attractions at Homes Middle East will include presentations and seminars, a furniture auction and a do it yourself competition. Online hotel booking site warns that, due to the expected attendance at the two shows, booking rooms in Dubai hotels ( may be difficult. The company suggests that booking well in advance is the best idea, especially if rooms are needed in hotels close to the venue.

The marketing head at DirectRooms, Lek Boonlert, comments, “With visitors to the shows added to tourism arrivals in the popular destination of Dubai and the number of nationals who arrive back for Ramadan, good hotel rooms may well be in short supply, and so we suggest booking ahead.”


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DirectRooms is an independent discount hotel reservations company based in Asia. Established and online since 2000 with over 50,000 hotels worldwide.


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