JA Resorts & Hotels.
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DUBAI – Six hotels and resorts in Dubai are offering 1,000 free rooms with breakfast to UAE healthcare workers on the frontline of the coronavirus fight.
JA Resorts & Hotels, in a statement emailed to Expatmedia.net on Saturday (April 4), said the offer is available to all medical workers and administrative staff, as well as ambulance drivers and cleaners.
“These 1,000 room nights are our way of rewarding the hard work, dedication and bravery of all UAE medical workers who risk their own health and safety on a daily basis to help others in the community,” said JA Resorts and Hotels CEO Anthony Ross.
The offer includes a complimentary 1-night stay with breakfast in JA Palm Tree Court, JA Lake View Hotel, JA Beach Hotel at JA The Resort Dubai, JA Hatta Fort Hotel and JA Ocean View Hotel and JA Oasis Beach Tower.
All medical workers in the UAE, including doctors, nurses, administrative staff, ambulance drivers, cleaners and assistants and anyone who holds a valid UAE medical ID may avail of the offer.
Healthcare professionals simply need to send an email with a copy of their UAE medical ID and contact details to [email protected] before April 30.
The JA Resorts & Hotels team will allocate redeemable hotel vouchers by email to 1,000 applicants, to be used in any of the hotels once it is safe to do so, subject to availability before the end of 2020. ICA/Expat Media
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