Shangri-La Hotels and Resorts donates 100 rooms-nights to medical workers

The global Hero Campaign works to recognise the efforts of frontline workers

Shangri-La Hotel Dubai
Shangri-La Hotel Dubai

Shangri-La Hotels and Resorts has launched a global Heroes Campaign to recognise the work of all those fighting against the COVID-19 pandemic.

Until the end of June, the company will donate 100 room-nights at 12 of its hotels to key medical workers across the Middle East, India, Indian Ocean, Europe and North America.

Each medical worker will receive a two-night complimentary stay including breakfast at hotels located in eight of the group’s destinations, including Abu Dhabi, Dubai, Paris, London, Istanbul, Mauritius, New Delhi, Bengaluru, Muscat, Toronto and Vancouver.

Shangri-La joins the likes of JA Resorts & Hotels, Radisson Hotel Group and Millennium Hotels & Resorts which have all donated rooms or facilities to medical staff over recent months.

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