Dubai Municipality fees slashed for restaurants, hotels

Municipality fees reduced by 50 percent across Dubai for three months

Dubai Municipality fees slashed for restaurants, hotels

In response to the global coronavirus outbreak, and the impact of health and safety precautions on Dubai’s hospitality sector, Dubai Municipality has announced a reduced in municipality fees, effective immediately.

Beginning today (March 18), restaurants, hotels and hotel apartments will now see municipality fees slashed from 7 percent to 3.5 percent.

Municipality fees are a government fee affixed to bills in the emirate of Dubai, and are typically either included in the price of menu items or hotel accommodation, or added to the bill at the end of the meal or stay.

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