Kempinski Hotel Ajman supports Be Health campaign

From June 8-25, a dedicated Be Health donation box will be at the Majlis Tent for guests to contribute to the association

Kempinski Ajman
Kempinski Ajman

Kempinski Hotel Ajman is hosting a donation campaign for Be Health Association, an independent non-profit health association, at the sea-view Ramadan tent at the property.

As an active member of Switzerland-based Be Health since 2012, Kempinski Hotels supports prevention activities, including detection and treatment of diseases such as HIV/Aids, tuberculosis and malaria.

For more than three years, the guests staying at Kempinski Hotel Ajman have been encouraged to donate AED 5 (US $1.36) per night to Be Health Association.

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This year, from June 8-25, a dedicated Be Health donation box will be at the entrance of the Majlis Tent for guests to contribute further to the association, if they so wish.

The daily iftar buffet at the tent is priced at AED 140 ($38) per adult, and AED 70 ($19) per child (6-12 years).

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