Dubai hotel offers free accommodation to those affected by Zen Tower fire

Lapita Hotel is offering free hotel stays to all residents affected by the May 13 fire

Lapita Hotel.
Lapita Hotel.

Dubai Parks and Resorts' Lapita Hotel is offering free hotel stays to all residents affected by the May 13 fire at Zen Tower in Dubai Marina. 

Lapita Hotel as part of the offer is giving affected residents up to one week at the hotel which can be redeemed until June 30, 2018. 

The accommodation at the hotel includes rooms for up to two adults or two adults and two children per room, with double and twin options available.

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“We are incredibly thankful that the residents in Zen Tower in Dubai Marina were safely evacuated from the recent tragic fire” said Sanne Emborg, the Lapita Hotel general manager has said in a statement. “We would like to invite anyone in need to stay with us while they re-build their homes and encourage anyone that knows of an affected resident to get in touch.”

For anyone still in need of assistance, the resort’s free of charge accommodation can be booked by calling 04 810 9111 or emailing yana.bukina@autographhotels.com

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