Swissôtel Al Ghurair partners with SOS Children’s villages

Property aims to raise funds for children in the MENA region

To celebrate the milestone, the property will curate a range of offers
To celebrate the milestone, the property will curate a range of offers

Swissôtel Al Ghurair is partnering with SOS Children’s Villages in the Gulf to mark the 20th anniversary of the hotel group’s association with the international wing of the NGO.

To celebrate the milestone, the property will curate a range of offers. Proceeds from the fundraising drive will be go towards supporting the needs of children in SOS Children’s Villages in the MENA region.

Launching in October, guests can avail “A worthwhile stay”, special bed and breakfast rate offer, $10 of every booking will go towards the organisation.

In Yasmine Lounge, the hotels F&B outlet, guests can enjoy a drink and a pastry for AED 18 with AED 5 being donation to the charity.

With the ‘Kids Eat Free campaign’, all children under 12 years of age will dine for free at the hotel’s Liwan restaurant with a minimum donation of AED15 per meal.

“At Swissôtel Al Ghurair we’re committed to raising awareness about the importance of reaching out to children in need so they can grow up with trust, care and support,” said Dominic Arel, general manager.

“Celebrating this milestone of 20 years where our guests can also contribute is very important to us. We’re a community hotel and every little bit counts so we encourage guests and international travellers to join this incredible journey and help children live life well.”

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