Fogging Rooms And Empty Gyms: The 10 Steps Dubai Hotels Are Following For Max Sanitisation


Dubai is well and truly opening up.

You can now visit your favourite beaches, restaurants and malls once more, as long as you’re following the correct guidelines.

Air travel is finally re-opening, but people are proceeding with caution, and the likelihood for many or us is, unless you NEED to travel in the coming months, you probably won’t.

But sticking close to home is no bad thing when you live in Dubai. A city featuring some of the world’s most iconic and luxurious hotels and resorts. And hotels in the region are stepping up, to ensure when you book your staycay, you’ll feel safe from the moment you walk through those big double doors.

From fogging every room to leaving rooms unoccupied for 48 hours, Dubai hotels have reached a whole new level of sanitisation

The 10 Things Dubai Hotels Are Doing To Get Safe Certified

The video, created in partnership with The Hotel Show, shows Media One Hotel was the first hotel in the region to get Safe Hotel Certified. Temperature checks on entry, using your phone as a door key and room fogging; here are the rules hotels must follow to get Safe Hotel Certified.

  1. Temperature check and registration upon entry
  2. Reduced check-in touchpoints and signing of health registration forms
  3. Elevator floor stickers and button cleaning
  4. You use your personal device for door key, room service, laundry, tv remote and more
  5. Disinfect touchpoints throughout including switches, phones, alarm clocks and handles
  6. Fogging the room with disinfectant
  7. Rooms sealed and left unoccupied for 48 hours
  8. Social distancing maintained at the gym through a pre-booking system and only one guest at a time
  9. Gym: Each machine sanitised before and after use
  10. Each guest must bring their own towel, water mat and bottle to the gym

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READ: Emirates Suspends Inbound Flights From Pakistan After Registering Multiple COVID-19 Cases Amidst Passengers

Emirates airline has suspended ALL inbound expat flights from Pakistan with immediate effect from Wednesday, June 24.

However, outbound repatriation flights from the UAE back to Pakistan will continue to operate as normal.This decision has been attributed to accounts of COVID-19 positive passengers flying on Emirates to Hong Kong on Saturday. Recent reports claim that the COIVD-19 cases ‘were all returnees from Pakistan’

DHA is reminding all Dubai citizens and returning residents to treat wearing a face mask at all times as the NEW normal!

If you’ve run out of disposable masks or are looking for quality reusable masks (to avoid being fined AED 3000) then check these out:

1. A pack of 50 three-layer disposable medical face masks for AED 37.96.

2. Advance reusable face mask, suitable for when you go running or cycling for AED 122.00.

3. Pack of 8 adjustable and slightly more affordable reusable face masks with breathing filters and earloops, for AED 70.00.

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