Dubai’s Rove Hotels has introduced a special scheme that involves offering 100 free one night stays to airport staff.

The offer, valid till 9 July at Rove City Centre, was launched to celebrate the reopening of Dubai to international travellers.

Guests seeking to avail the offer can book the room through the hotel website in advance. They are required to furnish an airport company’s id during check-in.

According to local news sources, the service will be available on a first come, first served basis and includes one complimentary night per person.

Several hotels in Dubai have recently resumed operations after the government relaxed some Covid-19 related restrictions.

Last week, Le Royal Méridien Beach Resort & Spa reopened its doors after it was closed temporarily due to the pandemic. It is situated on situated near the coast on a 19 acre area and comprises 504 rooms and suites.

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Additionally, luxury locations Media Rotana Hotel and Waldorf Astoria Dubai Palm Jumeirah resumed operations recently.

Another luxury location The Sofitel Dubai Wafi is set to open its doors in September this year.

The Covid-19 pandemic has significantly affected hospitality and tourism business in the UAE and Middle East.

As of 6 July, the UAE has reported more than 51,000 Covid-19 cases. The death toll also soared to 323.