The Jumeirah Beach Hotel in Dubai is set to resume operations this week after the emirate opened for international travellers.

The five star hotel, which was closed for three months due to Covid-19 related restrictions and renovations, will reopen on 10 July.

The hotel features 618 guestrooms including 19 villas. It also includes a private beach, 12 bars and restaurants, J Spa, tennis and squash courts.

According to a Trade Arabia report, the hotel recently secured the Safeguard Label from Bureau Veritas, an international certification service, for the Beit Al Bahar Villas, The J Club and Al Marsa Beach.

Currently, Jumeirah Beach Hotel is working to receive the certification for the rest of the hotel.

The hotel has also introduced a new offer called ‘Ultimate Staycation’ to welcome guests.

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The offer provides an early check-in at noon and late check-out at 4pm option and includes complimentary breakfast and 15% discount on beverages with access to temperature-controlled pools and private beach.

Headquartered in Dubai, Jumeirah Hotels and Resorts is an international luxury hotel chain.

Recently, the company also opened the Waldorf Astoria Dubai Palm Jumeirah, a luxury hotel located in Dubai’s Palm Jumeirah island.

Several hotels in Dubai such as Le Royal Méridien Beach Resort & Spa and Media Rotana Hotel have resume services as the UAE seeks to revive the tourism sector.