Millennium Hotels & Resorts pledges to support the UAE

Ali Hamad Lakhraim Al Zaabi has offered the hospitality Group’s resources to help the country look after nationals and residents

Ali Hamad Lakhraim Al Zaabi
Ali Hamad Lakhraim Al Zaabi

Millennium Hotels & Resorts has pledged that it will allocate its resources and facilities to the UAE and its people if required.

In a letter for His Highness Sheikh Mohamed bin Zayed Al Nahyan, Crown Prince of Abu Dhabi and Deputy Supreme Commander of the UAE Armed Forces, Millennium Hotels & Resorts Middle East & Africa president Ali Hamad Lakhraim Al Zaabi said:

“In response to your noble call to rise up to the challenges, and given our eagerness on assuming the duties on our part, we will allocate all rooms and facilities of Millennium Hotels & Resorts to support the nation for the benefit of our sisters and brothers, both nationals and residents at Dar Zayed, to overcome the current difficult situation under the initiative of "Don't worry". We assure Your Highness that we are all your soldiers at the frontline for the benefit of our dear nation.”

Over in the UK, hotel group Best Western Great Britain has turned its hotels into temporary hospitals to elevate the pressure on the NHS for beds.

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