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an evening when members of a club or college can bring their friends as guests

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The club, which was launched earlier this month, will host its guest night on the first Wednesday of each month at the A1 Club, Market Street, from 8pm.
Our guest night growth in particular was especially strong and even exceeded our ambitious forecast at the start of 2014, and Ras Al Khaimah is now proving to be a hit with both domestic holiday makers as well as the wider international community.
Water usage also dropped from 268 litres per guest night in 2013 to 240 litres in 2014, and energy consumption per square metre also dropped by 9% from 343 kWh per m2 in 2013 to 312 KWh per square metre this year.
Occupancy reached 70 per cent, and visitors delivered 60,000 guest nights (a guest night spent is each night a tourist stays in an accommodation).
Indians staying in Abu Dhabi's hotels rose 31 per cent to 65,519 guests accounting for 234,043 guest nights, a rise of 15 per cent on 2011, making it the second largest overseas source markets, while Germany grew 44 per cent to 49,126 with a 40 per cent guest night growth leaving it in third place,' he stated.
Summary: Hotel guest nights and length of stay keeps emirate on track to welcome 900,000 visitors
The number of guest nights provided by Chinese visitors also increased by 48% to 138,747, while records of guest nights offered by Russian visitors throughout the emirate have seen an increase of 42% to 48,207, figures released by TCA Abu Dhabi demonstrate.
According to tourism statistics released by the Ajman Tourism Development Department (ATDD), the total number of guests from January to March 2016 was reported as 142,404, delivering 313,724 guest nights, reflecting a hotel apartment occupancy rate of 76 per cent -up 22 percent compared to 62.
The 1,370,241 guest arrivals delivered 3,899,135 guest nights, an increase of 11 per cent on the same period in 2014, prompting the authority to increase the 2015 guest arrivals target from 3.
Figures released Tuesday by Dubai's Department of Tourism and Commerce Marketing, DTCM, show steady year-on-year growth and significant increases across key indicators including hotel establishment revenues and guest nights.
Our percentage growth in guest nights for the third quarter of 2014 compared to the same period last year was 72 per cent.
Guest nights during the first eight months also increased, reaching 6.
The number of guests and guest nights increased during 2013 by 4% and 10% respectively compared with 2012.
the capital of the United Arab Emirates (UAE), Abu Dhabi, during first-half 2013, logging 4,226,604 guest nights.
During the first half of this year some 1,333,339 guests checked into Abu Dhabi accommodation delivering 4,226,604 guest nights ' a rise of 25% on 2012.