Meydan Hotels and Hospitality set to open properties in July

Meydan Hotels and Hospitality has launched a new unparalleled daycation at $67.7 for family with up to two kids

  
In preparation for the reopening of The Meydan Hotel and Bab Al Shams Desert Resort & Spa, Meydan Hotels and Hospitality has launched the Meydan Safety and Cleanliness Commitment – a dedicated and thorough cleaning drive - to ensure the utmost safety of all its guests as it prepares to open doors on July 12.
 
To celebrate the reopening, Meydan Hotels and Hospitality has launched a new unparalleled daycation at AED 249 ($67.7) for family with up to two kids, with saving up to 30 per cent, redeemable F&B credits and more. The guests can avail a wonderful stay at the Meydan Hotel or Bab Al Shams Resort starting from AED399 ($108.6). Expect scenic views, a variety of mouth-watering cuisines to choose from and top-notch service throughout. Diners can savour generous F&B benefits, where AED200 ($54.4) will be redeemable towards F&B with a stay, includes complimentary breakfast alongside a flexible refund policy to ensure your safety is certain.
As part of this commitment, the hotel has received the prestigious Bureau Veritas’ Safeguard label – to ensure high hygiene standards throughout the hotel and resort. All staff have undergone professional infection control training equivalent to a hospital grade process.
 
Enhanced and innovative disinfection technologies such as electrostatic sprayers, hospital grade chemicals, ultraviolet light vacuum machines, UV box sterilizers, steam cleaners and cold fogging machines will be used throughout the hotels.
 
Mohamed Shawky, Hotel Manager of The Meydan Hotel, commented: “The safety of our guests and colleagues alike is very important to us hence we are taking extra measures of preparedness to provide a safe stay for all guests who choose to stay in our hotels. We take pride in developing this comprehensive program which combines an additional layer of safety with the highest level of personalized service, comfort and care.”
 
In addition, the following procedures are being introduced:
 
• Room amenities – in line with Dubai authority guidelines, mini hand sanitizers will be included in every room, masks and gloves will be provided upon request and door seals will be in placed to indicate that a room hasn’t been accessed after being comprehensively cleaned.
• Cleaning process for rooms – all rooms will be placed on ‘Do Not Disturb’ status by default to provide guests with absolute privacy. Each room will be cleaned by two staff for maximum efficiency. High Touch Surfaces (HTS) such as doorknobs, light switches, call buttons etc. will be disinfected thoroughly. Minibars will be removed, Paper amenities will be de-cluttered and both will be available only on request or will be replaced with digital versions.
• Public area cleaning facilities – the frequency of cleaning public areas will be increased throughout. Hotel lobby, primary entrances, fitness centre and high traffic areas will have guest accessible hand-sanitizing stations and disinfection wipes to allow guests to disinfect high touching points before use.
• Guest requests – all guest requests will be attended at the guest room door, keeping a distance of 1.5 metre as per contactless guidelines plus all items will be organised in pantries to support the timeliness of the operation.
• Contactless delivery – contactless pick-up from the restaurants will be implemented and riders will not be allowed into the hotel. All transactions will be made cashless to limit unnecessary contact.
• Social distancing - Stickers will be placed on the floors to remind guests to maintain physical distancing. Plexiglass barriers will be installed at front desk to separate guests from colleagues. All furniture in public areas will be rearranged to keep social distancing rules for the convenience of guests. Same procedure will be implemented for back of house areas and colleagues restaurant
• Contactless Check-In - upon arrival to the hotel, visitors can also expect contactless check-in where hotel staff have undergone intensive training to complete formalities with minimum timing. Key cards will be disinfected before and after usage in UV box sterilizers.
• Food safety - all food handlers and supervisors are trained on safe food preparation and service practices and there is a rigorous quality compliance monitoring system in place. Hotels have valid certificates on food safety and quality control from ISO 22000 and ISO 9001
 
Ziad Sleiman, Hotel Manager of Bab Al Shams Desert Resort and Spa, said: “Our hospitality division has done great work in ensuring the health and safety of our guests and employees during the past weeks and months and we are closely following the recommendations of the global and local public health authorities, including the WHO and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). Guests nowadays are looking for the safest experience and with maximum precautions in place, we look forward to opening our doors to the public once again.”
 
Opened in 2004, Meydan Hotels & Hospitality manage Bab Al Shams Desert Resort & Spa one of Dubai’s authentic landmarks, offering Arabian hospitality and a luxurious desert experience. Sister property The Meydan Hotel was built in 2010 around Meydan Racecourse, home of the Dubai World Cup and Dubai World Cup Carnival, and is considered as one of Dubai’s exemplary landmarks, with prestigious sports facilities, including the fully floodlit, ‘pay & play’ nine-hole The Track, Meydan Golf overlooking the iconic Burj Khalifa. - TradeArabia News Service

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