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UAE-based Time Hotels offers complimentary stays to frontline workers

The complimentary stays are being offered to workers at healthcare facilities in the UAE, Saudi Arabia and Egypt

UAE-based Time Hotels offers complimentary stays to frontline workers

UAE-headquartered hospitality company Time Hotels is offering frontline medical workers a complimentary stay at two of its properties in Dubai, the company has announced.

As part of the initiative, Time is offering 40 hospitality vouchers, which include three nights complimentary stay with breakfast at Time Oak Hotel and Suites or Time Grand Plaza Hotel.

“Covid-19 has impacted people more than we could have ever imagined, with medical workers across the UAE, Saudi Arabia, Egypt, and Indeed the entire world, the real heroes and the backbone of our society as we continue to fight the spread of this virus,” said Mohamed Awadalla, CEO of Time Hotels.

“These complimentary vouchers are our way of thanking and rewarding the hard work, dedication and bravery of all medical workers and healthcare professionals on the frontline as they continue to risk their own health and safety on a daily basis to help others within their local communities,” he added.

Time is offering 20 vouchers to four hospitals in the UAE, including Latifa Hospital, Rashid Hospital, Emirates Speciality Hospital and Zahra Hospital. Another 20 vouchers are being presented to four facilities in Saudi Arabia and Egypt.

The vouchers will be valid through December 31.

Additionally, Time Hotels has implemented improved sanitisation protocol it has termed the ‘Sanitised and Ready’ initiative across its properties in the UAE, Saudi Arabia and Egypt.  

“This new initiative is now fully embedded into our daily operations, making all increased sanitisation and cleaning measures standard practice rather than just a precautionary measure as we prepare for the recovery of the UAE’s hospitality industry,” Awadalla said.

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