Meydan Hotels and Hospitality in Dubai is set to reopen its properties next month with new safety precautions.
The company manages The Meydan Hotel and Bab Al Shams Desert Resort & Spa in Dubai.
According to a Trade Arabia report, the properties are set to open on 12 July.
The company is also said to have secured Bureau Veritas’ Safeguard label that confirms high hygiene standards across the properties.
Meydan Hotels and Hospitality will implement stringent cleaning procedures for all rooms as well as make mini hand sanitisers, masks and glove available in line with Dubai authority guidelines.
The frequency of cleaning public areas will be increased, while hand-sanitising stations will be deployed across the properties.
Additionally, the two locations will implement physical distancing protocols and contactless check-in to minimise contagion risks.
The hotel has also trained all food handlers and supervisors on safe food preparation and service practices.
The Meydan Hotel manager Mohamed Shawky was quoted by the publication: “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 personalised service, comfort and care.”