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JA Resorts rewards UAE medical workers with 1,000 free hotel stays
April 2020 847
JA Resorts & Hotels is saying thank you to the medical workers of the UAE by offering 1,000 free room stays across the Dubai portfolio of six hotels and resorts. 
 
The 1,000 Thank Yous gesture is to show appreciation for the hard work of medical professionals in protecting the local community during the Covid-19 crisis. 
 
The 1,000 Thank You’s offer includes a complimentary one-night stay with breakfast across six hotels including JA Palm Tree Court, JA Lake View Hotel and JA Beach Hotel at JA The Resort Dubai, JA Hatta Fort Hotel in the Hajar Mountains and JA Ocean  View Hotel and JA Oasis Beach Tower on The Walk, Jumeirah Beach Residence Dubai for up to 1,000 medical workers. It 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. 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 a selection of 1,000 applicants, to be used in any of the hotels once it is safe to do so.  
 
CEO Anthony Ross said: "JA Resorts and Hotels is owned by the UAE-based Dutco Group which is owned by the Baker and Saleh families. They have always been supportive and generous to guests, our team-members and the community. 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. As we face these unprecedented times and our own industry suffers deeply, we recognise that these individuals are the backbone of our society and the bravest heroes among us." - TradeArabia News Service







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