The hotel group has announced that it will be saying 1000 Thank You’s to medical care workers in the UAE.
While COVID-19 has restricted our movement, delayed our travel plans and required us all to adapt to life under lockdown, our sacrifices are a mere inconvenience in comparison to the sacrifices being made by frontline healthcare workers around the world. As a gesture of gratitude and admiration for all that medical workers are doing in the UAE, JA Resorts & Hotels is giving away 1000 hotel stays to medical workers at its six resorts across Dubai.
1000 hotel stays for medical workers
Wanting us all to remember that not all heroes wear capes, the hotel group is saying ‘Thank You’ 1000 times for the bravery and the selfless care that medical workers provide within the UAE community.
The hotel is offering a complimentary 1-night stay with breakfast at any of its six hotels:
- JA Palm Tree Court
- JA Lake View Hotel
- JA Beach Hotel
- JA The Resort Dubai
- JA Hatta Fort Hotel
- JA Ocean View Hotel
- JA Oasis Beach Tower
This offer is available to 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.
Talking about the community gesture, Anthony Ross, CEO of JA Resorts & Hotels, said, “These 1000 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. As we face these unprecedented times and our own industry suffers deeply, we recognize that these individuals are the backbone of our society and the bravest heroes among us.’
How do I enter?
In order to be in with a chance of receiving a stay at JA Resorts & Hotels, all you need to do is email a copy of your UAE medial ID and your contact details to [email protected] before the 30th April, 2020.
The hotel group will select 1000 participants to receive a 1-night complimentary stay voucher, and this voucher will be valid until December 2020.
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