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UAE-headquartered hospitality company, TIME Hotels, is extending the positive impact it is making on local and regional communities during the COVID-19 crisis, by offering medical workers on the frontline, a complimentary stay at a choice of two of its properties in Dubai.

Emirates Environmental Group (EEG) organised virtually its 23nd Emirates Recycling Awards Ceremony.  The ceremony was under the kind patronage of Sheikh Salem bin Sultan bin Saqr Al Qassimi, chairman, Department of Civil Aviation and Honorary Member of EEG. While attending the virtual awards ceremony, bin Saqr Al Qassimi gave a welcoming speech, and said, "We must implement conscious solutions in our everyday lives and within our local communities. We must think globally and act locally, as change begins at home."

The newly opened hotel, located at Dubai Digital Park, has now opened its 59 stylish long-term homes including studios, one bedroom and two bedroom apartments. 

With the ever changing development of Coronavirus (Covid-19); that has affected over 160 countries around the globe, the Two Seasons Hotels & Apartments are committed to live up by our core values to take care of our guests and colleagues.

As the world continues to battle against the deadly coronavirus pandemic, Ayla Hotel in Al Ain city, owned by Nayel & Bin Harmal Group had reportedly opened the doors of its luxury hotel to accommodate medical professionals who are serving the COVID-19 patients.

LEVA Hotels & Resorts has pledged its support to the hospitality industry by continuing expansion across the GCC, Africa and Europe.